CONCORD — Dozens of town signs have been stolen in a pair of recent incidents. At the July 6th meeting of the Concord Selectboard, the board discussed the thefts. Any street sign that was not located near a house was reportedly stolen. Officials said 28 road signs were stolen in one weekend alone, along with several speed limit signs. Six other road signs were missing earlier and need replacement, bringing the total number of road signs to 34 that the town must purchase. The board approved a quote for signs needing replacement, to Econo Signs LLC of Bowling Green, Kentucky, for $6,472.29. The quote includes brackets and hardware for the signs plus freight. The funds will come from the town’s road sign reserve fund.
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