For $10, residents can buy one of more than six dozen old street signs the town has replaced.
Public Works is selling the signs on a first come, first serve basis with preference given to those who live on the street whose sign they are seeking. The signs were removed from poles around town to make way for new larger signs required by the federal government.
Residents can purchase the signs at the Public Works office from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. Monday through Friday. Anyone interested is urged to call 978-562-9333 for more information.
-- Jennifer Rosinski
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