Lebanon Reporter

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July 16, 2014

New welcome signs approved by council

Ten new signs will soon welcome drivers to the city of Lebanon after the Lebanon City Council approved the purchase of the signs at its Monday meeting. This was the second try at replacing the city’s welcome signs, said Debby Shubert, assistant to Mayor Huck Lewis. The first signs were colorful but also $10,000 more. These new signs are 18-inch-thick aluminum panels on black posts. The signs have a black powder finish with reflective gold lettering, so the signs will not need to be illuminated. For more of the story, see Wednesday's Lebanon Reporter.

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