Suwannee Democrat


June 23, 2014

Signs of the time. Live Oak City Hall has new electronic marquee.

Live Oak —

The city of Live Oak recently installed an electronic marquee outside City Hall on East Howard Street in Live Oak. According to Live Oak Mayor Garth “Sonny” Nobles Jr., it was a long process, but with the help of the Live Oak Community Redevelopment Agency (CRA, it finally paid off. 

“I think it’s going to be an asset to the citizens,” said Nobles. “I think it will bring some connectivity to our city and its citizens.”

The main purpose for the sign was to not only promote and inform the citizens of different events such as the farmers market, festivals within the city, City Council meetings and public hearings, but to also upgrade and improve the city’s look aesthetically.

“It will relate necessary information that’s of interest to the public,” said Councilman Keith Mixon. “I think it will be a great feature for us to communicate to the citizens. I think it looks great.”

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