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The Wrack Line – Town news roundup

Historic District approves a door, a fence, and signsThe Historic District Commission quickly moved through most of the applications before it on Monday, April 24.Jenn Brady, of TRAZ Capital Partners II LLC got approval for a new sign at the Figurehead Building that, she says, will be the “same size as Block Market right next door.” Brady is moving her store, Anchored, from The Empire Theatre building to the site where Mahoney’s Clothier was. The sign will be navy blue and gold.Ross Audino got approval for signs for two businesses, one existing and one new. For the restaurant Tiger Fish, Audino said they were “looking to change the existing sign because it’s getting pretty beat up.” The new sign will be slightly larger than the existing one.Audino’s new business is called B.I. Bodega, although the sign simply says Bodega in large letters with text below indicating the offerings of coffee, “sammys,” snacks, and everyday convenience. The store will be on the second floor above Poor People’s Pub.Cat Rock Cove LLC owner Pete Mott obtained approval for the type of door he wants to

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