(Ocala, FL) The Historic Ocala Preservation Society (HOPS) is proud to announce they have begun installing signs this month in the Tuscawilla Historic District. The signs mounted on a granite monument located near the sidewalk describe the history of the homes.

“These signs will preserve our heritage and encourage walking tours throughout the neighborhood” states Leon Geller, who purchased a sign. He added that he loves old homes and the history behind them, and recently renovated a home at 114 Northeast Tuscawilla Avenue. A sign was also installed this week at a recently renovated building next door at 118 Northeast Tuscawilla Avenue enhancing the neighborhood. Twenty-three signs have already been installed in the Ocala Historic District. Owners may contact HOPS for information by calling (352)351-1861.


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