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WF city council approves phase two of wayfinding project

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WICHITA FALLS, TX (KAUZ) -

The Wichita Falls city council has given the go ahead for phase two of the project for more wayfinding signs, amending their budget of $140,000 dollars to just under $560,000.
The money was awarded from the city's 4B board.

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More wayfinding signs could be on the way in Wichita Falls.
Tuesday city council will consider amending their budget $140,000 dollars to include funds for phase two of the project.
The money was awarded from the city's 4B board.
There will also be a resolution awarding the project to Geograph Industries for just over $550,000 dollars.
Newschannel 6 will have more on this story Tuesday.

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