New signs

The City of Port Aransas Public Works Department recently took down old signs and put up new ones at various points where access roads meet the beach. The new signs combine several messages that used to be spread out between a number of different signs. The new signs also contain a message about a new city ordinance that requires that RVs be parked perpendicularly to the Gulf of Mexico, not parallel to it. Above: Loading a trailer up with old signs on the beach at Access Road 1 on Wednesday, May 25, are, from left, Public Works Department employees Ryan Doughty, Mario Quintanilla and James Cluiss. Right: A new sign stands on the beach at Access Road 1.

The City of Port Aransas Public Works Department recently took down old signs and put up new ones at various points where access roads meet the beach. The new signs combine several messages that used to be spread out between a number of different signs. The new signs also contain a message about a new city ordinance that requires that RVs be parked perpendicularly to the Gulf of Mexico, not parallel to it. Above: Loading a trailer up with old signs on the beach at Access Road 1 on Wednesday, May 25, are, from left, Public Works Department employees Ryan Doughty, Mario Quintanilla and James Cluiss. Right: A new sign stands on the beach at Access Road 1.

Staff photos by Dan Parker

Staff photos by Dan Parker

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