Reedsville Council seeks bids to hand paint “Town Hall” on sign

REEDSVILLE — Council will be sending out letters asking for bids to have “Town Hall” hand painted on a sign to go on the building.

Reedsville Councilwoman Britney Titus said she believes a hand painted sign similar to the one on Street’s Store would have more character than a manufactured one. Councilwoman Renee Stone agreed. Council discussed contacting local sign painters and asking them to submit a bid and a sketch of their work.

Council also members voted to paint the interior of the new park bathroom and power wash the picnic tables next spring. The railing that leads from the top of the park to the lower end will be painted before winter.

In a separate vote, council voted to pay $107 for 30-foot long solar lights. The lights will be wrapped around tree trunks at the town park. Council discussed placing cameras in the park but did not act on the suggestion.

In other business, council discussed purchasing a vehicle “wrap” for the police truck. The truck was donated to the town by the Preston County Sheriff’s Department. It was decided to have “Reedsville” in larger letters on the wrap and “police” and “call 911” in reflective letters.

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