§ 97.078  BRACING, ANCHORAGE, AND  SUPPORTS FOR PROJECTING SIGNS.
   (A)   Projecting signs exceeding ten square feet in area or 50 pounds in weight shall not be attached to or supported by frame buildings nor the wood framework of a building.  Such signs shall be attached to masonry walls, metal frames, or supports with galvanized expansion bolts at least 3/8 inch in diameter, shall be fixed in the wall, metal frame, or support by means of bolts extending through the wall, metal frame or support, and shall contain proper size metal washer or plate on the inside of the wall, metal frame, or support.
   (B)   But no projecting sign shall be secured with wire, strips of wood, or nails, nor shall any projecting sign be hung or secured to any other sign.
   (C)   No support for any sign or any portion thereof shall be placed on or in the ground on the public sidewalk or right-of-way without prior approval of both the Building Inspector and the Board of Commissioners.  If the Board of Commissioners grants permission to allow construction of a sign on public property not at that time being used, it shall be subject to the terms and conditions which may be set out by the Board of Commissioners and will  always be subject to revocation on 30 days' notice by the Board of Commissioners. The person requesting the permit will be responsible for removing the sign and restoring the grounds to the condition they were in at the time the sign was constructed.
('83 Code, § 98.78) (Ord. 32-1962, passed 6-24-62; Am. Ord. 53-1976, passed 10-21-76)  Penalty, see § 97.999