Aragon in­stalls new dig­i­tal sig­nage

The Standard Journal - - LOCAL - From staff re­ports

Driv­ers com­ing up and down High­way 101 be­tween Rome and Rock­mart will have no­ticed a new dig­i­tal sign in front of city hall in Aragon in the past weeks.

The sign, in­stalled for just over $8,500 and paid for with Spe­cial Pur­pose, Lo­cal Op­tion Sales Tax money from the ad­min­is­tra­tive por­tion of the fund for the city, has been up for the past sev­eral weeks.

It is one of the lat­est im­prove­ments at city hall, but one that Pub­lic Works Su­per­in­ten­dent Daniel John­son al­ready says he wants to im­prove.

He is seek­ing to raise the sign slightly from its cur­rent po­si­tion up­ward so that driv­ers in both the north and south­bound lanes on High­way 101 can more clearly see the sig­nage.

Along with the Aragon Mill flag pole out front along with the memo­rial area for for­mer may­ors Brenda Gaz­a­way and Cur­tis Bur­rus, the front of city hall has seen sev­eral im­prove­ments in the past years.

Kevin Myrick / SJ

A new dig­i­tal sign in­stalled at the Brenda Gaz­a­way Mu­nic­i­pal Com­plex will need ad­di­tional work to make it more vis­i­ble to High­way 101 traffic bound to­ward Rock­mart.

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