LAKEWOOD Ohio — Feeling nostalgic? You can join the online auction to buy old Lakewood road signs.
This means instead of considering late night burglaries. Arrogant residents who dream of having street signs as decorations or souvenirs can legally do so.
“Because of the reflection Usually, the lifespan of those signals can be anywhere from 10 to 20 years before they fade or not,” said city engineer Mark K. Papke.
“So what the city does is keep up with our road sign inventory. This year we changed 54 road signs.”
On a budget of $10,000, Lakewood typically replaces about 100 street name boards a year after city inspectors survey the community and find reflective signs or other issues.
While the city will previously sell old street signs for $25 per person on a first-come, first-served basis at the annual Community Festival, this year’s Lakewood is auctioning off the collectibles online for the first time.
“We want to make it more public. So we go through selling them on GovDeals.com,” Papke said.
Bids start at $25 per sign, with auctions closing at 9 AM on Saturday (Oct. 8)
In terms of the neighbor auction war That’s what happened on Northland Avenue and Rockaway Avenue, with each street sign priced at $27 per sign.
As for the interest in road signs, Papke said it was popular.
“People who live in the streets like Northland Avenue or Detroit Avenue love to have them,” Papke said. “They use them to decorate their homes, garages and bars.”
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