1270.10  TEMPORARY SIGNS.
   (a)   Temporary signs are those designed to be used for a limited period of time and shall comply with the following:
      (1)    Temporary signs are permitted as provided in Tables A, Band C, except as otherwise provided by state and/or federal law. Such signs shall be subject to all requirements of the Ohio Basic Building Code, including the National Electric Code, and shall be located, used and maintained so as not to result in a hazard or nuisance for motorists or adjacent property owners.
      (2)    Notwithstanding the signs prohibited by Section 1270.11, the following types of signs are permitted as temporary signs:
         A.   Pennants or banners;
         B.   Signs constructed of nondurable material;
         C.   Revolving search light; and
         D.   Any other type of sign that is not expressly prohibited by this chapter.
      (3)    Temporary signs that are erected in order to announce or advertise a specific event shall be removed within seven (7) days after the close of such event, except as otherwise provided by state and/or federal law.  Temporary signs shall be permitted for a maximum of fifteen (15) consecutive days and not more than a total of seventy-five (75) days per calendar year, except as otherwise provided by state and/or federal law.
      (4)   Temporary signs that are erected in order to advertise the sale or lease of real property upon which they are erected shall be removed within seven (7) days after the real property is sold or leased. There shall be no maximum number of days per calendar year such temporary signs may be permitted. No permit shall be required for temporary signs erected in order to advertise the sale or lease of real property.  (Ord. 20-13.  Passed 4-22-13.)