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April 7, 2003

Dawson-- It's hard to miss a new sign in Dawson.

In the light rain this afternoon, workers unveiled a new mural downtown. It might look familiar--it's the logo on Terrell County vehicles.

It says "Keep Terrell County Clean." The mural is another part of the continuing program to protect the environment. Terrell County Code Enforcement Director Martha Ann Coe says, "At the very beginning people did not understand what code enforcement was, and what the objective was, but on a daily basis people are responding and helping to keep Terrell County clean."

The 900 dollar sign was paid for with a grant from the EPD.

Posted at 5:45 p.m. by melissa.kill@walb.com