The Agricenter International is getting a facelift as leaders work to eliminate so-called "tacky" signs.
Plywood, canvas and paper signs litter the sidewalk and advertise everything from the market to bread.
When asked what defines a tacky sign, Agricenter leaders say it's about how they're set up.
Agricenter's president says they have used electronic signs for years, but in the past few months those signs have died due to malfunctions.
They said it is hard to find replacement parts, because they're so old.
So, right now, they're getting the money together to buy modern LED signs.