Miner residents may have a chance to make a little extra cash. The Miner Board of Aldermen, in their Tuesday meeting, discussed using tourism funds to revamp the city’s entrance signs with added landscaping. The Board authorized the city to solicit applicants to design new logos for city entrance signage. The city will award $100 to the chosen applicant. Aldermen also changed the city yard sale ordinance due to feedback, the board approved a bill that would limit the amount of yard sales a resident can have in a year. Residents will now have to sign off on a permit, free of charge, at the Miner Police Department. Residents can have more than five sales a year, not exceed two consecutive days with items completely removed the following day no later than 5 p.m. Non-compliance with the new ordinance can result in a misdemeanor fine of not less than $1 and not more than $200.