The Board of Selectmen on Tuesday approved spending $8,800 to buy and install two “Welcome to New Canaan” signs at two intersections close to where people drive into town, and at least one more may come later. Now that the board has given its approval, Assistant Public Works Tiger Mann said he hopes to get the signs installed within about a month. The signs are made from treated wood painted red with gold trim and finials, and with the statement “Settled in 1731” on the bottom. The town seal is on top. The signs are six feet wide and roughly four feet high
One sign will be installed at the intersection of South Avenue (Rt.