SADDLE BROOK, N.J.– A two-sided digital sign board is being installed in front of Saddle Brook's municipal building.
"The sign boards have full color, internal LED lighting that can display text, photos and video," Mayor Robert White said. "They allow for scrolling of multiple messages, include easy-to-use software and have a lifespan of ten to fifteen years."
The new installation, which will cost approximately $10,000 to $12,000, is covered in the municipal budget, White told Daily Voice.
The board will be 4 feet by 8 feet and set back 22 feet from the curb, the mayor told Daily Voice.
"The council and I believe that placing this sign board in front of town hall is an effective way to communicate and keep residents informed of township events," White said. "Besides a calendar of events, it would be useful for sharing severe weather alerts, road closures and other important information."