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The Lead City Commission has approved moving forward with the bid process to renovate the city's trestle sign.
The Lead City Commission has approved moving forward with the bid process to renovate the city's trestle sign.
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May 5, 2017

Lead City Commission Gives Green Light to Bid Process for Trestle Sign Renovation

The Lead City Commission recently approved moving forward with bidding for the renovation of the city’s trestle sign at the entry of Pluma Canyon, reports the Black Hills Pioneer. While the full cost of the project will not be determined until bids are received, City Administrator Mike Stahl anticipates that repairs will be needed to the sign’s frame.

Stahl noted that Lead Commissioners favor the current design of the sign. Improvements will likely include sharpening and brightening the design of the sign, as well as providing new lights for greater visibility during evening hours.

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