Taura Denis, 36, stands outside her Samoset home Monday evening. Denis and her husband, Dimitrie Denis, are leading efforts to petition for the installment of street lighting in the community.
Taura Denis, 36, stands outside her Samoset home Monday evening. Denis and her husband, Dimitrie Denis, are leading efforts to petition for the installment of street lighting in the community. Amaris Castillo acastillo@bradenton.com
Taura Denis, 36, stands outside her Samoset home Monday evening. Denis and her husband, Dimitrie Denis, are leading efforts to petition for the installment of street lighting in the community. Amaris Castillo acastillo@bradenton.com

Samoset residents hope to soon see the light

July 22, 2016 02:26 PM

UPDATED July 22, 2016 05:43 PM

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