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Oxford plans to unify branding

Most people living in Oxford recognize the city’s logo – a large “O” with a tree floating in the middle.

However, there are several variations of the logo, depending on which city department is using it.

In an effort to unify the city’s branding, The Oxford Eagle reports Alderman Robyn Tannehill has been spearheading an effort to create one standard logo for all city departments.

Tannehill presented the proposed logo to the Board of Aldermen during a work session last week. It hasn’t changed from the original concept a whole lot – it’s still a tree inside of the “O” but the tree is connected to the circle, which is a “cleaner.”

Tannehill said she expects to have the final version ready by June 1.


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