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Troup County Commissioner’s name returns to building

By Melanie Ruberti

mruberti@civitasmedia.com

LaGrange Mayor Jim Thornton, far left, joins the Community Action For Improvement officials Friday morning as they unveil Troup County Commissioner Richard English’s name on the building. The building previously displayed English’s name, but Edna Foster, executive director of CAFI, said the signage was temporarily taken down so workers could make repairs to the roof of the building. She said the sign also could not be placed in the same place due to warranty issues.

http://lagrangenews.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/37/2016/04/web1_IMG_3009.jpgLaGrange Mayor Jim Thornton, far left, joins the Community Action For Improvement officials Friday morning as they unveil Troup County Commissioner Richard English’s name on the building. The building previously displayed English’s name, but Edna Foster, executive director of CAFI, said the signage was temporarily taken down so workers could make repairs to the roof of the building. She said the sign also could not be placed in the same place due to warranty issues.

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LaGRANGE — Community Action For Improvement officials Friday morning unveiled Troup County Commissioner Richard English’s name on the building.

The building previously displayed English’s name, but Edna Foster, executive director of CAFI, said the signage was temporarily taken down so workers could make repairs to the roof of the building. She said the sign also could not be placed in the same place due to warranty issues.