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Richmond Hill to get new signs
'Directional and wayfaring' signs to make up phase 1 of project in Ford District
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Richmond Hill residents could start seeing new street signs this fall after city leaders approved a $200,000 bid from a Norcross company to start replacing some of city’s old signs and signposts.

The  company, IMG Manufacturing Group, will start work once the city finalizes a contract, according to Scott Allison, the city’s assistant city manager. 

That could happen as early as this fall, he said. The signs will be replaced in stages along what city officials are referring to as the Ford District, essentially along Highway 144. 

The first phase, includes installing what Allison called “directional and wayfinding signs,” and more may be added if GDOT and budget permits, he said. 

One rendering shows signs on entrances to 144 and Highway 17 from I-95, and 20 others at various locations in Richmond Hill. 

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