• Section 7.09  Miscellaneous Signs.
   (a)   Signs for BedandBreakfast Accommodations. 
      (1)   The Planning Commission, in its sole discretion, may approve one (1) of the following types of signs: ground, wall, projecting or suspended.
      (2)   A ground sign shall not exceed four (4) feet in height and six (6) square feet in area per side, nor to exceed a total of twelve (12) square feet in area.
      (3)   A wall sign shall not exceed six (6) square feet in area.
      (4)   A projecting or suspended sign shall not exceed six (6) square feet in area per side, not to exceed a total of twelve (12) square feet in area.  A projecting or suspendedsign shall provide a minimum of eight (8) feet of ground clearance or otherwise be located so as to not interfere with pedestrian traffic.
      (5)   The Planning Commission shall approve the lighting of all signs.
   (b)   Signs for Outdoor Sales of Automobiles or Vehicles.  No advertising signs may be placed on-site other than the permitted maximum wall and/or ground signs as per this article. The prohibited signs include banners, flags and digital/electronic signs.
   (c)   Signs for Automobile Filling Stations, Automobile Repair Garage, Automobile Service Stations , Automobile Washes, and Automobile Dealerships.  No advertising signs may be placed on-site other than the permitted maximum wall and/or ground signs as per this article. The prohibited signs include banners and flags. Digital/electronic signs for the display of gas prices may be permitted under the following circumstances:
The Planning Commission may consider a digital/electronic sign for automobile filling stations as a special land use. In review of the application for a special land use, the Commission shall consider the standards set forth in Section 3.03 and the following:
      (1)   The digital/electronic sign shall be exclusively for the display of gas prices.
      (2)   The sign message and background shall each be a single contrasting color and shall not include flashing, scrolling, blinking, intermittent or moving lights.
      (3)   The foot-candles shall comply with the requirements of Section 8.05.
      (4)   The size of the electronic/digital sign message area shall not exceed 50% of the total sign surface area.
   (d)   Menuboard Signs for Drive-In and Drive-Through Businesses.
      (1)   The Planning Commission, in its sole discretion, may approve up to two (2) menuboards upon determination that it is integral to the nature of the business.
      (2)   Each menuboard shall not exceed seven (7) feet in height.
      (3)   One (1) menuboard (in stacking lane) shall not exceed sixteen (16) square feet and the other (at the speaker) shall not exceed thirty-two (32) square feet in area.
      (4)   The area of the menuboard is exclusive of the structures framing.
      (5)   All menuboards shall be single sided.
      (6)   No menuboard may be located within the front yard.
      (7)   The menuboard may include digital/electronic signage not to exceed four (4) square feet.
      (8)   The Planning Commission may consider a modified sign area, subject to the following:
         A.   Only one (1) of the menuboards may be increased in area.
         B.   The menuboard is completely screened from the roadway.
         C.   Under no circumstances shall the menuboard exceed forty-eight (48) square feet in area.