|New signs were installed this week. FTM file.|
In June of 2016, Fort Thomas Matters reported that the city's Renaissance Board had asked council to approve a purchase of new city signage that would not only welcome people and residents to the city, but also inform them of what's happening in Fort Thomas.
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Constructed out of black iron with a military script font, each permanent sign will have a place to hang thinner, stop-sign like material, easily changeable, advertising different events.
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Bids were requested because the expenditure was over $20,000 and Elsmere Ironworks won the bid at $26,883.92.
That will include four custom wrought iron signs, approximately 6x12' and four signs 5x6'. The larger signs were bid at $3,742.20 while the smaller signs cost $2,978.78.
The total price of the bid would not include tax, installation or delivery.