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High Water or No Water…We’re There to Help


On July 1, for the first time in its 92-year history, Rancho Santa Fe – an ultra-wealthy southern California suburb – will be subject to water rationing. The community of ranches, gated communities and country clubs uses five times more water per capita than the statewide average, according to an article in Sunday’s Washington Post….

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Reason 6 to Love Our Signs: Uncomplicated Controller


Our controllers are simple, icon-driven and intuitive… so much so, that our User Guide is 8 half-sheets, as opposed to our competition’s 17 page manual. Switch to Spanish or 4 other languages in just 2 keystrokes. How simple… how easy! Have a suggestion? Send us ideas that could make your job easier, your worksite more…

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Street Department’s Finest Hours


We tend to overlook the work that goes into keeping things running smoothly, but the citizens of Texas have a new appreciation of their city and state transportation workers following the May floods in Dallas, Houston, Austin, and countless smaller towns. Four weeks of relentless storms have doused the state, ending a four year water…

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