The Fayston road crew is replacing the town’s wooden road signs with updated metal signs that comply with state standards for visibility and 911 compliance.
The select board, at a meeting late last month, discussed what to do with the existing signs, given that community members had expressed interest in having them. At that meeting the board discussed whether signs could or should be sold for a donation to the Boyce Hill Town Forest (for mowing or other costs).
Select board member Chuck Martel suggested selling them for $50 apiece and board chair Jared Cadwell concurred. Town clerk Patti Lewis said they should be sold on a first come, first serve basis.