The city has selected a company to make and install 100 wayfaring signs to direct travelers to major attractions in the city like the Horse Park, Commonwealth Stadium and Keeneland. The Urban County Council is expected to talk about the project on Tuesday and give it final approval by next Tuesday. Work will then begin immediately on the signs, which are supposed to be ready for WEG.
The city has selected a company to make and install 100 wayfaring signs to direct travelers to major attractions in the city like the Horse Park, Commonwealth Stadium and Keeneland. The Urban County Council is expected to talk about the project on Tuesday and give it final approval by next Tuesday. Work will then begin immediately on the signs, which are supposed to be ready for WEG.
The city has selected a company to make and install 100 wayfaring signs to direct travelers to major attractions in the city like the Horse Park, Commonwealth Stadium and Keeneland. The Urban County Council is expected to talk about the project on Tuesday and give it final approval by next Tuesday. Work will then begin immediately on the signs, which are supposed to be ready for WEG.

Company contradicts Lexington official about problem with signs

September 22, 2010 12:00 AM

UPDATED November 10, 2015 11:01 AM

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