GLOSTER — Aldermen Tuesday approved a new cemetery sign and employees uniforms.

Aldermen voted to pay Carquest of Gloster $2,090 to replace the sign at Roseland Cemetery, which was knocked down when a driver lost consciousness a few weeks ago.

The board agreed to pay Cintas Workwear $77 a week to provide uniforms for six full-time utility department workers.

Aldermen also thanked Tony Porter Coleman and Henry Clark of the Gloster Arts Project for painting flower pots and providing flowers to go on Main Street.

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Please correct the spelling to Toni Coleman Porter. Thank you.

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