Economic Forum discusses cohesive signage


March 3, 2022

-EW photo by Naomi Scoggin

Discussion on the topic of promoting Pomeroy's historical and city building assets through the use of signage at the recent Pomeroy Economic Forum. Those attending and brainstorming on how to positively move Pomeroy forward are Ashley Dixon President of the Pomeroy Chamber of Commerce, Sarah Meyers and Melody Darby of the Pomeroy Partners for Healthy Families, County Commissioner Jim Nelson, Dovie Willey and Jack Peasley of South Eastern Washington Economic Development Association.

POMEROY–A Pomeroy Economic Forum proposed a signage project with an estimated fundraising goal set at $25,000 during the quarterly meeting held at the Pataha Flour Mill on February 22.

The forum, sponsored by the Pomeroy Chamber of Commerce, focused on discussing a cohesive sign project. The project proposes 12 signs pointing out attractions and city building assets. Signs would begin in the west...

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