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Comments re photo 76648 Tourism Commission will take on this sign project

Ben Arnold writes:
Thank you Linda for highlighting this sign and Sue Stivers for looking at solutions. We all should drive into town from all roads and ask ourselves, "If this was our first visit to Columbia, what would you see and what impressions would be left?" First impressions are important. --Ben Arnold
Ben, you make a good point - I'll start entering town from different directions regularly, asking myself how we look. Hoping Sue and the Tourism Commission will succeed this time. On first hearing requests to address this sign, I felt a bit like the business owner that always goes in the back door while customers entering through the front door see a lack of attention to welcoming detail. - Linda Waggener

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