Signs Will Help Large Crowds Find Their Way During The 150 End of the Civil War Anniversary

AppomattoxCounty is working to have way-finding signs erected in the area before December, in time for the Sesquicentennial events. The Times Virginian reports, the county will use a grant from the Virginia Tobacco Commission approved last September to pay for the signage. Officials say the signs will serve as directional information to help tourists locate various sites during the 150th ending of the Civil War anniversary in April 2015. According to the article, due to the expected crowd of people, organizers are trying to figure out how they will manage parking and public safety in the town as well as the county.

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