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City begins work on 'Welcome to Hiram' sign
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Staff / Tom Spigolon<br>From left, Hiram Council members Teresa Philyaw, Kathy Bookout, Earlene Graham and Pep Rollins, Mayor Pro Tem Derrick Battle and Mayor Doris Devey break ground recently for the city of Hiram’s much-anticipated ‘Welcome to Hiram’ sign on the north side of Hwy. 278 just east of Poplar Springs Road.
Staff / Tom Spigolon
From left, Hiram Council members Teresa Philyaw, Kathy Bookout, Earlene Graham and Pep Rollins, Mayor Pro Tem Derrick Battle and Mayor Doris Devey break ground recently for the city of Hiram’s much-anticipated ‘Welcome to Hiram’ sign on the north side of Hwy. 278 just east of Poplar Springs Road.
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Hiram City Council members officially broke ground recently for the city of Hiram’s much-anticipated ‘Welcome to Hiram’ sign on the north side of Hwy. 278 just east of Poplar Springs Road. The sign will be a replica of the unique signage in front of the Ben Hill Strickland Sr. Memorial Park on Ga. Hwy. 92. It will also feature a LED display to scroll messages to those coming into the city. The city anticipates a completion date by this spring.
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