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2010-01-07 / Front Page

Sign and Building Gives a Clean Crisp Image for the City

The City of Lexington had signs installed on the exterior of the new City Hall last week. The signage and the building give a clean crisp look to the City’s image.

Mayor Robert Willrich, Sr. said, “We are very pleased with the progress on the building and with the signs that David Walker Signs designed for the City. We are looking forward to moving in before the end of the month.”

City Hall is moving from the northwest side of the Square to the southeast side of the Square, located specifically at Third and Wheatley Streets in the old Prosperity Bank building. The new facility and signage certainly are an improvement and the building provides 4200 square feet, which quadruples the space allowing the City to better serve the public.

Contractors Fritcher and Langham from Giddings have been working steadily over the past couple of months to finish the interior. City workers cleaned up the exterior before the new signage was installed.

City Council members Tony Tavary and Lori Barnikow have been serving on the Committee spear-heading the project.

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