Companies to sponsor school zone signs

first_img– Advertisement -Fort St. John could be getting more radar signs in school zones thanks to local companies. Photo:  A local company hopes to bring more radar signs like this one by Duncan Cran School to Fort St. John – Adam Reaburn/Energeticcity.ca In a letter sent to Fort St. John City Council, David Ergang of Koda Transport says he has been working on a plan that would see more radar signs installed in school zones. The signs would be paid for by local companies in exchange for a sponsorship sign underneath the radar display.At an approximate cost of $10,000 per sign, Ergang says he has 10 companies that have expressed interest in sponsoring the signs. The City of Fort St. John would then be responsible for installation and maintenance of the signs.Director of Infrastructure and Capital Works, Victor Shopland, says it will cost the City $5,000 to $10,000 in maintenance costs each year. That cost did raise some concern among Council members.In the end, Council gave approval for staff to enter into an agreement with Koda Transport. Staff will also have discussions to see if the School District or any of the sponsors are willing to help with the yearly maintenance costs.Advertisementlast_img

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