(Editor's Note: This story originally ran on April 4 calling for your comments and vote on whether or not Belmont should upgrade its sign board.)
Some say the sign board on Ralston Avenue that touts Belmont's events is quaint and fits with the vibe of Twin Pines Park.
Others say it's time for an upgrade to a sign that can deliver electronic messages and be controlled remotely. Currently a Belmont Park and Recreation employee must climb a ladder each week to manually change the messages letter by letter.
Tell us what you think in the poll below, and feel free to tell us in the comment section how you think the message board could be improved.
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