Cov­ing­ton to get new house num­ber­ing

The Covington News - - LOCAL -

As Cov­ing­ton pro­gresses and pre­pares for fu­ture growth, the needs be­come greater for more ef­fec­tive ser­vices through­out the city.

One of the most ur­gent needs in Cov­ing­ton is an or­ga­nized, well-co­or­di­nated house num­ber­ing sys­tem.

The sys­tem that now ex­ists is in­ad­e­quate, out­dated and can­not pos­si­bly be co­or­di­nated with fu­ture build­ing.

A com­pletely new house-num­ber­ing sys­tem for the city has been de­signed based on the Sec­tor-type num­ber­ing sys­tem.

The re­quired or­di­nance pro­vid­ing for this change has been of­fi­cially adopted by the Mayor and Coun­cil.

The num­ber as­signed to your home or busi­ness place will be fur­nished by the city and put up by city per­son­nel.

Once com­pleted, it will pro­vide for a more ef­fi­cient mail de­liv­ery sys­tem and greater prompt­ness of po­lice, fire and am­bu­lance ser­vices to your home or busi­ness es­tab­lish­ment.

The signs that are now be­ing erected through­out the city are Sec­tor signs that will de­ter­mine the sec­tor of the city in which you live.

The en­tire sys­tem is ex­pected to be com­pleted in full by the first of April.

“Your co­op­er­a­tion with the city in its new house num­ber­ing sytem will be ap­pre­ci­ated,” Mayor Walker Har­ris stated re­cently.

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