DAILY LEADER / JUSTIN VICORY / Gregg Woodcox spends Saturday afternoon on paint detail. Woodcox is freshening up the Brookhaven Homeseekers Paradise sign at the intersection of West Cherokee St. and South Whitworth Ave., a project that is long overdue according to many residents. He planned to continue the work Sunday.
DAILY LEADER / JUSTIN VICORY / Gregg Woodcox spends Saturday afternoon on paint detail. Woodcox is freshening up the Brookhaven Homeseekers Paradise sign at the intersection of West Cherokee Street and South Whitworth Avenue, a project that is long overdue, according to many residents. He planned to continue the work Sunday.

Homeseekers sign getting brand new lease on life

Published 7:44pm Saturday, October 26, 2013

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