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Stone Ridge subdivision unveils second new sign

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The original signs were damaged by Hurricane Katrina. The original signs were damaged by Hurricane Katrina.

A Madison neighborhood unveiled new entrance signs after the original ones were damages by Hurricane Katrina.

Stone Ridge residents raised $15,000 to replace the signs which were destroyed in 2005.

One of the signs was recently completed, but the second sign was unveiled Saturday as the neighborhood celebrates its 35th anniversary.

More than 200 families live in Stone Ridge, but even former residents were invited to the event.

A man who has lived in the neighborhood for almost three decades said the new signs are just what the neighborhood needed.

"Thirty years is the life span of a lot of subdivisions. After that, they start to decline. But Stone Ridge is doing really well and I think these signs are a good indication the subdivision is doing what it needs to do to keep its value up," said Sandy Kirkindall.

Madison Mayor Troy Trulock was also there for the ribbon cutting ceremony and reception.

He said the project shows true community pride and hopes other neighborhoods will follow the lead in making improvements.

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