Pauline Bresnahan forwards-
Could you please post the attached link in regard to the now to be enforced sign policy at Grant Circle. The entrance to our city should be welcoming and hopefully now will not be littered with all that signage.
Thanks so much, Pauline
City’s Policy On Signs At The Rotary
Signs are permitted at the Grant Circle Rotary in the area adjacent to the “Welcome to Gloucester” Sign, with the following stipulations:
1. The sign must be for Gloucester community events only, not for business advertisements, or events in other communities. Signs for anything other than community events will be taken down.
2. Signs are only allowed with permission granted from the Director of Public Work’s office. Signs that are erected without permission will be taken down ,
3. Signs may only be erected one week prior to the event and must be taken down immediately following the event.
Hello Kim and Joey,
I hope you can post this on Good Morning Gloucester. We all need to think Spring and flowers. I have attached the brochure and hopefully you can post that with the announcement.
The Gardeners of Cape Ann are halfway to reaching the “Plant Grant” goal of raising $90,000 to refurbish, replant, and beautify Grant Circle this Spring. Whether you live, visit, work, garden, or simply want to assist with this grassroots volunteer initiative to improve the “gateway” to Cape Ann, we welcome your support.
Please “DIG DEEP” NOW to insure the success of this project. Meeting our fundraising goal will allow planting to begin by late May. Let us band together to create a meaningful legacy to ensure Grant Circle becomes an enduring source of beauty and pride for our entire community. Tax-deductible donations can be sent to: Plant Grant, PO Box 712, Rockport, MA 01966. Visit our website: www.plantgrantcircle.org and “LIKE” us on our Facebook page: Plant Grant Circle. Thank you!