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Laurel Hill eyes new welcome signs

| Tony Judnich
LAUREL HILL – Officials from Okaloosa County’s oldest and northernmost city plan to use tourist development tax money to pay for two new welcome signs. The monument-style signs will stand on the north and south ends of the city along State Road 85. Each sign will contain the words, “Welcome to Laurel Hill, Okaloosa County’s oldest city.”
A view of the Laurel Hill water tower as seen from Almarante Cemetery, just southwest of Laurel Hill.


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