(Cleveland, OH) - Another Northeast Ohio city is about to have a giant sign with its city's name in script.
Similar to the script Cleveland signs, crews will install a new 3D-steel Lorain sign on the northeast corner of Erie and Broadway avenues, across from City Hall.
Lake Erie will serve as the backdrop.
Kuhn Fabricating, 1637 E. 28th St., which is making the sign, provided a sneak peek of the structure on Sept. 29.
The sign will be mounted on a concrete stand, which will have steps leading up to it.
Jon Veard Jr., of Veard Construction, is donating the work and materials for the pad.
The sign, which is under construction, stands seven feet at its highest point and will stretch out 17½ feet in length.
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