New street signs
Manila is in the process of replacing street signs as needed with a new style. Henry Ford, Manila utilities superintendent, said they have four of the new signs placed and 20 more ordered.
"We are not going to replace all of the signs at once," Ford said. "We will be replacing them as needed."
The new signs are half the cost of the old ones and are being purchased and lettered through local businesses.
Ford said the vinyl fence posts come from Delta Fencing and the Ink Pit in Manila is doing the lettering.
"We have heard some good comments on the new signs," Ford said.