Meeting set to talk about new highway signs

As part of their ongoing emphasis on signage, the city of Langley and the Langley Chamber of Commerce will sponsor a meeting next week with representatives of the Washington State Department of Transportation.

  • Monday, February 28, 2011 1:18pm
  • Business

As part of their ongoing emphasis on signage, the city of Langley and the Langley Chamber of Commerce will sponsor a meeting next week with representatives of the Washington State Department of Transportation.

The public meeting will be at 9 a.m. Wednesday, March 2, in the city hall council chambers.

Discussed will be possible installation of the state’s blue Motorist Information Signs along Highway 525 to alert motorists of nearby services such as food, gas and lodgings. Spaces on the signs are available for rent.

For information, call Sherry Jennings at the chamber office, 221-6765.

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