City of Richmond Tries New Signage - Asks for Feedback

Traveling west along U.S. 40, visitors now receive directional assistance from new signs. 

Photo: Large Sign at 16th & East Main, Richmond, IN
Photo: Small Sign at 18th and East Main, Richmond, IN

Photo taken February 4, 2002

Read more about the new signage in the Palladium-Item, on February 2, 2002. Microfilmed copies of the newspaper are availble at Morrisson-Reeves Library.

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