Winter banners go up


In an effort to add a little splash of color to the downtown during winter’s gray days, a City of Wilmington crew was hanging seasonal banners Monday to the street light poles. The City paid for the banners using hotel lodging tax funds. In the photo, Seth Horsley of the Wilmington Maintenance & Repair/Streets Department installs a banner on the courthouse block of Sugartree Street. The message “Let it Snow” holds some irony for Horsley — he’s one of the City employees who salt and clear the streets when winter weather strikes.

In an effort to add a little splash of color to the downtown during winter’s gray days, a City of Wilmington crew was hanging seasonal banners Monday to the street light poles. The City paid for the banners using hotel lodging tax funds. In the photo, Seth Horsley of the Wilmington Maintenance & Repair/Streets Department installs a banner on the courthouse block of Sugartree Street. The message “Let it Snow” holds some irony for Horsley — he’s one of the City employees who salt and clear the streets when winter weather strikes.


Gary Huffenberger | News Journal

In an effort to add a little splash of color to the downtown during winter’s gray days, a City of Wilmington crew was hanging seasonal banners Monday to the street light poles. The City paid for the banners using hotel lodging tax funds. In the photo, Seth Horsley of the Wilmington Maintenance & Repair/Streets Department installs a banner on the courthouse block of Sugartree Street. The message “Let it Snow” holds some irony for Horsley — he’s one of the City employees who salt and clear the streets when winter weather strikes.

In an effort to add a little splash of color to the downtown during winter’s gray days, a City of Wilmington crew was hanging seasonal banners Monday to the street light poles. The City paid for the banners using hotel lodging tax funds. In the photo, Seth Horsley of the Wilmington Maintenance & Repair/Streets Department installs a banner on the courthouse block of Sugartree Street. The message “Let it Snow” holds some irony for Horsley — he’s one of the City employees who salt and clear the streets when winter weather strikes.
https://www.wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2019/01/web1_DSC_0452.jpgIn an effort to add a little splash of color to the downtown during winter’s gray days, a City of Wilmington crew was hanging seasonal banners Monday to the street light poles. The City paid for the banners using hotel lodging tax funds. In the photo, Seth Horsley of the Wilmington Maintenance & Repair/Streets Department installs a banner on the courthouse block of Sugartree Street. The message “Let it Snow” holds some irony for Horsley — he’s one of the City employees who salt and clear the streets when winter weather strikes. Gary Huffenberger | News Journal