§ 17.32  EXCEPTIONS.
   The foregoing provision of this Article II shall not apply to existing permanent buildings, public utility poles, trees with trunks less than 12 inches in diameter and trimmed to a height at least eight feet above the level of the intersection, and shall not apply to plant species of open growth habits not planted in the form of a hedge and which are so planted and trimmed as to allow, at all seasons, a clear and unobstructed crossview; it shall not apply to supporting members of appurtenances to permanent buildings heretofore existing, to official warning signs or signals, or to signs mounted ten feet or more above the ground and whose supporting members do not constitute an obstruction as hereinbefore defined.
(1958 Code, § 161.02A)  (Ord. 230, passed 5-5-1960)