New Signs Aim to Reflect Identity in Unincorporated Areas
By Jennifer McLain - Whittier Daily News Staff Writer
>>Rowland Heights and Hacienda Heights are the next in line to get upgraded street signs, Los Angeles County officials said.
Although a timeline and cost have not been finalized, Ken Pellman, the county's Department of Public Works spokesman, expects the signs to be installed within the next year.
"These signs are part of a larger effort to recognize and distinguish communities that are in the unincorporated areas of the county," he said.<<
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