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Citizens Square now easier to find

A Commercial Signs employee installs letters spelling "Citizens Square" above the Wayne Street entrance to the home of most city and county offices. Seven signs featuring light emitting diodes (LEDs) will be installed to make the building at 200 E. Berry St. more identifiable to the public. The city's Redevelopment Commission is paying for the $28,000 project. (News-Sentinel photo by Kevin Leininger)
A Commercial Signs employee installs letters spelling "Citizens Square" above the Wayne Street entrance to the home of most city and county offices. Seven signs featuring light emitting diodes (LEDs) will be installed to make the building at 200 E. Berry St. more identifiable to the public. The city's Redevelopment Commission is paying for the $28,000 project. (News-Sentinel photo by Kevin Leininger)
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Thursday, August 28, 2014 12:01 am
A Commercial Signs employee installs letters spelling "Citizens Square" above the Wayne Street entrance to the home of most city and county offices. Seven signs featuring light emitting diodes (LEDs) will be installed to make the building at 200 E. Berry St. more identifiable to the public. The city's Redevelopment Commission is paying for the $28,000 project.

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