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Letter: Idea for a Welcome to Columbia sign

Yvonne Kolbenschlag writes:
I am very pleased that a future Eagle Scout has seen the need to replace a shabby old sign on Greensburg Street. Welcoming signs to a city indicate an image of the kind of place the city is. Just as a shabby dirty 'welcome' mat in front of a house door would make one wonder what sort of person lives there, so a shabby dirty sign at a city's entrance gives the same message.

I hope our City Council affirms this future Eagle Scout's most worthy project. Yaaaa!
Commentes re: Sign update proposed on Greensburg Road




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