The District Court building on Baltimore’s East Side sports some new computer controlled LED lighting. Originally the location of a Sears store with enormous 3 story glass windows, after closing in 1981 the building was converted into the District Court. The window is long gone, and the facade on the corner of North Avenue and Harford Road is imposing. Since we installed these LED strips from the roof to the portico, the Courthouse has been more of a beacon than an eyesore. After a recent roof repair, the LED lights were damaged, but repairing them is next on our project list.