More colleges want the Manchester's help in pointing the way
The University of New Hampshire-Manchester has asked the aldermen to approve the replacement of its existing signs, after the university system's recent adoption of a new logo.
The aldermen's Committee on Public Safety weighed both requests at its meeting on Monday. It approved the UNH request, but tabled the one from Franklin Pierce. School officials, Ward 4 Alderman Jim Roy noted, had not supplied a design for the sign, and one of the proposed locations was not on city land.
The latest requests prompted Ward 3 Alderman Pat Long to again call for way-finder signs at "gateway" intersections. Multiple institutions would be listed on the signs and they would have a uniform design.
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