Two concrete stands workers put in on W. Washington Street will hold up Mission Hills entryway signs. One aluminum sign, with a sheet metal roof, painted with automotive paint west of Albatross cross street at the community's west end, and, another sign at University Avenue on the east end.
Locals, and visiting San Diegans, at night, will see the signs in lights run by energy saving electricity. A low voltage conduit will power the west end sign and solar light up the east sign.
The Mission Hills Business Improvement District that plans to fund the sign installations and decorative lighting asked the San Diego city council for funds to pay sign installation fees and do the lighting. This week, the council moved ahead on the seventeen thousand dollars in requested funding.
Both sign locations on landscaped medians in the W. Washington Street streets stand in the community's Maintenance Assessment District. The MAD will handle the maintenance work.
A typical Mission Hills style will show up at the two entryway locations. Both signs fit in the hill community made modern by tapered metal frame signs, with stucco and a skin, on Sunset and Alameda.
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