Those burned out street lights may get fixed this summer. Mayor Greg Nickels has authorized $2.1 million for maintenance crews to catch up with all the outages, according to the Seattle PostGlobe. The online news site says that skyrocketing energy prices have forced a cutback on overtime, which has resulted in a month-and-a-half waiting period to get a streetlight fixed. A year ago, according to the Seattle PI, lights were back on in 10 days. Just this February, we were told that the wait time was 32 working days. Today, that period has jumped to 48 days. The PostGlobe says that crews will work during the summer months to fix the outages.