HEBRON ESTATES - A vote by the Hebron Estates City Commission is a sure sign that the city’s community center is one step closer to a new sign.
The council approved plans submitted by commissioner Russell Forshee for a new sign to replace the one that was in front of the center. The original sign was knocked down during a vehicular accident.
Forshee’s plan called for a similar sign made of brick but larger than the original. It will include a sign for the community center along with a marquee board for removable letters.
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