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James Neiss/staff photographer LET THERE BE A LIGHT: The Mario Antonacci Crossing and traffic light in front of the Como Restaurant in the 2200 block of Pine Avenue was dedicated Monday by city officials with family and friends in attendance. Family members revealed the sign, from left are Mario's sons, Frank Antonacci, Mario Antonacci II, his sister Adeline Colucci, daughter Marion Bartley and son Louie Antonacci. Mario Antonacci, owner of the Como, was struck by a car in that location, spurring the effort to construct a light.

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