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Posted on February 17 2011, 11:44am by Mark Esper
in Local News
Part of an effort to draw attention to historic red-light district of Silverton.
Cindy Bryant of the Blair Street Historic District Association holds
up a couple of prototype street signs planned for the notorious street.
The actual signs will be a bit bigger.
Visitors to Silverton should have an easier time finding their way to Notorious Blair Street this summer, with new street signs and directional signs showing the way.
Silverton artist Ken Webb, who operates the Quiet Bear Art blacksmithing shop on Blair, is working on the decorative signs proposed by the Blair Street Historic District Association, and the Town Council on Monday night signaled its approval.
Association member Cindy Bryant said the association has made signage a top priority.
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