By: John Becker
Thanks to the efforts of VHCA Graffiti Task Force chair Laura Voisinet, city workers recently installed ten shiny new traffic signs along North Highland Avenue. A new speed limit sign and new fluorescent signs warning motorists to look for pedestrians in the crosswalk replace ones that were damaged and plastered with stickers and graffiti. Several mid-crosswalk pedestrian warning signs were also replaced or repaired, and signage was added alerting motorists to the possible presence of senior pedestrians.
“The new signage is the result of a fruitful exchange between our task force, the city of Atlanta’s graffiti task force, and the city’s public works department,” says Voisinet.
“We want to especially thank Officer Brad Etterle, the Atlanta Police Department’s designated graffiti abatement officer, and Keith Fleming, chair of the city’s graffiti task force, for helping get these signs installed and for their ongoing help fighting graffiti in our neighborhood,” Voisinet adds.
Voisinet encourages all residents to help keep the new signs looking good by removing any stickers that are applied, and contacting the task force at firstname.lastname@example.org to report any tagging that needs to be removed.
Way to go Laura and task force!
City of Atlanta workers recently replaced damaged and tagged street signs like the two above on North Highland Avenue…
…with brand new fluorescent signs like the ones in the photos below.