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Taft Carrizo Plain Visitor Center Signs Posted on State Highways
Taft Designated “Gateway to the Carrizo Plain” National Monument
August 14, 2009
Taft Chamber of Commerce member Ray Hatch (right) points out one of three new Carrizo Plain National Monument Visitor Center signs put up this week by Kevin Henry of Southwest Signs. The Taft Rotary raised funds for the project on behalf of the Taft Chamber to place 3 of the signs on entrance roadways into Taft, one on Highway 33 south of Taft, one on Highway 33 North of Taft, and one on Highway 119 north of Taft near Airport Road. The city of Taft has been designated the “Gateway to the Carrizo Plain” by the Bureau of Land Management, managers of the local national monument. The monument is located in eastern San Luis Obispo County above the foothills west of Taft. The Visitor Center in located at 400 Kern Street in the Taft Chamber of Commerce offices. Hatch is seen here with Henry, his daughter Rylee, Chris McKellar and Carlos Albiar.
Taft Chamber of Commerce member Ray Hatch (right) points out one of three new Carrizo Plain National Monument Visitor Center signs put up this week by Kevin Henry of Southwest Signs. The Taft Rotary raised funds for the project on behalf of the Taft Chamber to place 3 of the signs on entrance roadways into Taft, one on Highway 33 south of Taft, one on Highway 33 North of Taft, and one on Highway 119 north of Taft near Airport Road. The city of Taft has been designated the “Gateway to the Carrizo Plain” by the Bureau of Land Management, managers of the local national monument. The monument is located in eastern San Luis Obispo County above the foothills west of Taft. The Visitor Center in located at 400 Kern Street in the Taft Chamber of Commerce offices. Hatch is seen here with Henry, his daughter Rylee, Chris McKellar and Carlos Albiar.

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