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Downtown street signs upgraded. Is it the work of the Streetscape Task Force?

Last Friday,  I got this email and photo from Steve Wilmot:

downtown street sign removal photo by Steve WilmotGriff,

We may have some confused tourists today as all the street signs for Division Street appear to be in the back of this City truck.

Thought you would find this interesting.

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I took these photos over the weekend, assuming that the signage replacement was part of the Streetscape Task Force‘s downtown beautification efforts. The brackets used to hold up the signs appears to be consistent with the the other iron work used for the wayfinding signs, for example.

But maybe not. In the March 2 Admin Memo, TJ Heinricy, Streets and Parks Supervisor reports:

Staff has been preparing street identification signage that will be installed soon. These signs are part of the ongoing street signage replacement project.

Photo album: PCCS expansion

Three weeks ago, Steve Wilmot, SMSQ Architects and a regular commenter here on LG, gave me a tour of the Prairie Creek Community School expansion. It had been a while since I’d been inside the school. All four of our kids went to PCCS starting with its founding in 1983. And my wife Robbie headed up their last expansion project in the 80s. So with an open house and the start of school on the horizon, as well as some gentle nagging from Steve, here’s the album of 42 photos. See the large slideshow or this small slideshow: