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Best minds need to work on Theatre Row idea

Writer wants to see COLUMBIAN sign in full glory

Ann Curtis writes:
And now a show of hands, please, for how many would like to see the "COLUMBIAN" theatre neon marquee once again in full view from the Square?

Removing the small white sign which blocks the vintage marquee would provide visibilty of the "COLUMBIAN," both in the daytime and most vividly at night, when it could be lighted.

The white sign's purpose, of course, is to announce events happening at the theatre, and that's essential. But perhaps another spot could be found for it that would work just as well.

Let's put our best minds to work on this! - Ann Curtis
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