- Last Updated on 02:40 PM 05/20/12
- BY The Gazette-Virginian
The painting of 911 addresses on the curb in front of town residences is legitimate, according to South Boston Police Capt. B. K. Lovelace.
Lovelace said last week officers with the South Boston Police Department received several calls from concerned citizens about notices being left at their residences in reference to the painting of 911 addresses on the curb in front of their residence for a fee of $20.
Lovelace said Community Sign Painting is the name of the business listed on the bottom of the notice, and it is a legitimate private business that has the proper permitting from the town to paint 911 addresses on the curb.
According to their business license, Community Sign Painting has three weeks to sell its services of painting 911 addresses on street curbs.
Anyone with any questions in reference to this matter is asked to contact Lt. Dennis Barker of the South Boston Police Department at 434-575-4273.