BRIGHTON — City Council backed a series of way-finding signs for residential housing developments across Brighton during the June 3 meeting.
Council voted 7-0 to enter into a non-exclusive Right-of-Way Usage and License Agreement between the city and Key Sign Plazas for the program.
After five way-finding signs previously were placed around town for municipal facilities, the city will work with Centennial-based business Key Sign Plazas to create some additional signage that will serve as way-finding signs for residential housing developments.
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