Signs could be on the way for Deer Creek Tribute Trail |

Signs could be on the way for Deer Creek Tribute Trail

Helpful signs may be on the way for the 8-mile, multi-use trail under construction along the Deer Creek corridor.

The project was approved in 2008, and Nevada City planning commissioners will review a presentation of the signs at their meeting at 6:30 p.m. Thursday at City Hall, 317 Broad St.

Six proposed signs point out native and non-native plants, introduce the trail and explain where the Friends of Deer Creek group is restoring the flood plain.

Also on the agenda for Thursday’s planning commission meeting:

• Caroline Szekely, proprietor of the Nevada City Marketplace on 115 S. Pine St., is applying for a sign. She plans to open the local food market at the end of this month.

• Gary Tintle, owner of the building at 108 Union St. is applying to use the ground-level storefront as an office. It originally had been intended for retail.

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