Wayfinding Signage Project Discussed By City Council

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Wayfinding Signage Project Discussed By City Council

Published on July 02, 2014 by Larry Crippen

Wayfinding signage for Huntsville was a major focus of discussion at last night’s City Council session.

Curtis Roberts, with the fd2s design firm in Austin under consideration, explained how they initially research their ideas for signage . . . .

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The initial expense for phase one would be around $13,000. However, some councilmembers expressed that they thought $500,000 would eventually be spent on the project.

Mayor Mac Woodward commented on the issue . . . .

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Councilmember Andy Brauninger proposed a motion to postpone a decision on the signage project until he and City Manager Matt Benoit could meet with the SHSU Dean of the College of Fine Arts and Mass Communications Dr. Ronald Shields for consultation.

The council voted to postpone a decision on the issue until the next council session.

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