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Workers erect last sign financed by Keystone grant

Adam Nettles (right) and William Must III of Showcase Advertising take down Mallards Dollarama’s old sign, before installing a replacement Photo: Hildebran

Adam Nettles (right) and William Must III of Showcase Advertising take down Mallards Dollarama’s old sign, before installing a replacement Photo: Hildebran


BY DAN HILDEBRAN

Monitor Editor

KEYSTONE HEIGHTS —  Workers, yesterday installed the final sign under the Community Redevelopment Agency’s sign grant: for Mallards Dollarama on South Lawrence Boulevard.

 

Adam Nettles and William Must III of Showcase Advertising, on Thursday, also put up signs for All-American Hearing Aid Centers, Keystone Kutters and Michael A. Ganey, CPA.

The four placards were the final four signs financed under the CRA’s sign grant.

In November, workers erected six signs financed by grants: Locker Room Athletics, My Health Medical Group, Body Language Salon, Keystone Barbershop, Star Quality Dance and Cheer and MBS Financial Services.

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