Electronic sign costs sought

Greenwood is looking at the costs to buy and install electronic signs in two city parks.

Parks and recreation director Rob Taggart this week asked the park board for permission to find out how much it would cost to buy signs with electric screens that are 4 or 5 feet high and 7 or 8 feet wide. The signs will promote parks department events and programs, and possibly business advertising, Taggart said.

The signs would be placed at City Center Park, which a lot of people can walk to, and at Westside Park, which is visible both to pedestrian and car traffic, he said.


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