Sign Ordinance near home stretch

By From page A1 | August 11, 2014

Two years on, the county’s updated sign ordinance appears to be heading into the home stretch. County supervisors heard the latest state of the sign ordinance during their July 22 meeting in a presentation by the Community Development Agency’s Long-Range Planning Division. The official agenda language noted that the recommendation by staff was for supervisors to “review revisions made to the draft Sign Ordinance.” The recommendations also included some revisions to the applicable sections of the county’s general plan and to authorize a Resolution of Intention to amend the current sign ordinance.

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