New welcome signs at Shire entrances

Published on 24 January 2020

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If you have been driving to and from Moira Shire recently you would have noticed some bright welcoming signs popping up on the Murray Valley Highway and other main roads.

Mayor Libro Mustica said over the past few years the community had made it clear the shire's tired and dated signage needed to be updated with a fresh and contemporary look.
"These new signs build on the energy and impact of our logo and reinforce our vision of working together to be a vibrant and prosperous rural community," Cr Mustica said.

"Considerable work has been done to ensure a cost effective production and installation process including working closely with VicRoads and other agencies to confirm site specific requirements."

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There are four 'grand' entrance signs on shire entrances along the Murray Valley Highway and the Goulburn Valley Highway plus another six smaller signs along roads including the Katamatite-Shepparton Road.

"The next stage to this project will be the installation of town entrance signage and we will be notifying communities in coming months as the roll out of the installation process continues," Cr Mustica said.