Dania Beach Florida Gets New Sign In Wrong Town Dania Beach, Florida's bright new sign beautifully shows off the town's slogan. The only problem? It was placed just over the border in the neighboring town.
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Dania Beach Florida Gets New Sign In Wrong Town

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Dania Beach Florida Gets New Sign In Wrong Town

Dania Beach Florida Gets New Sign In Wrong Town

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Dania Beach, Florida's bright new sign beautifully shows off the town's slogan. The only problem? It was placed just over the border in the neighboring town.

RACHEL MARTIN, HOST:

Good morning. I'm Rachel Martin. Dania Beach, Fla., just installed a new welcome sign. It's brightly colored, placed in the grassy median of a busy street. It invites visitors to see it, live it, love it - the city's slogan. One problem, though - it is not actually in Dania. It was planted just over the line in neighboring Hollywood, Fla. Perhaps the city needs to change its motto as a reminder for future sign placement - location, location, location. It's MORNING EDITION.

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