Top Changes Needed on Highway 50 discussed at Third Signage Meeting Held at California City Hall

Patrick Hanlon from the D.R.E.A.M. Initiative will be at the Signage Meeting held Thursday, June 30, at City Hall.

Patrick Hanlon from the D.R.E.A.M. Initiative will be at the Signage Meeting held Thursday, June 30, at City Hall. Photo by John Inman.

The third meeting over the signage on the new Highway 50 promoting California was held Thursday, June 16, at City Hall. Present for the meeting were Norris Gerhart, Larry Kent, Ann Perry, Diane Eulinger, Brad Baer, Chris Long, Gail Hughes, Shelly Hampton, Tom Winters and John Inman, California Democrat.

Those present brought lists of the top concerns needing to be addressed on Highway 50.

Patrick Hanlon, D.R.E.A.M. Initiative, will be present at the next meeting to be held Thursday, June 30, at 7 p.m., at City Hall. The focus of the next meeting will be wayfaring signs within California for local attractions and clearly directing traffic where it needs to go. Those interested are encouraged to attend the meeting to be held in two weeks.

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California Area Chamber of Commerce Board President Shelly Hampton writes down ideas for signage on Highway 50 at the Signage Meeting held Thursday, June 16, at City Hall.

For more of this story check out the June 22 issue of the California Democrat.

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