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Looking for a sign
Washington County has a sign problem and local officials aren’t sure yet what they’re going to do about it.
Road department supervisor Dale Mann said at a regular scheduled fiscal court meeting on Friday that signs are missing along local roadways and that it hasn’t been a cheap expense. Stop signs, for example, cost the county in the range of $27 each to replace and with new technology emerging and a new type of road sign being introduced in 2015, that price will likely increase.
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