A hearing to approve special use permits for three new signs on Highway 50 is scheduled for Feb. 9 before the El Dorado County of El Dorado Planning Commission.
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The lit signs, each 14 by 48 feet, would be visible from Highway 50 and are being proposed by John D. Pereira. Two are slated for Shingle Springs and the other in Cameron Park. In Shingle Springs, one sign would be on the north side of Sunset Lane and the other on the north side of Mother Lode Drive. The one in Cameron Park would be located on the north side of Coach Lane.
Roger Trout, planning director for El Dorado County, said that staff reports of findings and conditions for permitting the signs are still being prepared. Those reports as well as the agenda for the meeting will be available at the end of this week. The Planning Commission meeting starts at 8:30 a.m. Written as well as oral comments are accepted at the commission meeting.