Parks commission celebrates city signs, tours parks

NORWICH – Members of the City Parks Commission, along with Mayor Joseph Maiurano, gathered in Weiler Park Monday evening for their annual tour and to recognize local artists Julian Button and Robert Wightman for their work in designing the City of Norwich signs.



The task of installing the city signs began nearly two years ago, when the Parks Commission sought a way to officially welcome people into the city. Button, who also designed the city logo depicting the train watch tower outside City Hall, was asked to draw the design for the new signs. Wightman, of Signs by Wightman, brought the design concept to a reality and set the signs at the North and South end of the city last fall.


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