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Town Seeks Sponsors For Verona Signs


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Verona’s municipal government is looking to improve and expand signage around town, and it is asking residents, business and organizations to sponsor the new signs.

Steve Neale, the director of administration and economic development, has prepared a brochure listing the options, which range from a $1,000 sponsorship of a parking lot sign (five are needed) to $4,800 for the sign that will be in front of the Verona Police Department on Bloomfield Avenue. The town is also looking to refurbish the “Welcome to Verona” sign created by Matthew BeneduceMcGrath, who was killed in a traffic accident in 2016, and get sponsors for new signs at the entrance to the Verona Community Center and the Verona Pool.

You can see all the options on the brochure here.

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