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(A) General regulations. Signs in Commercial Districts shall be permitted by the following formula:
(1) Wall signs shall be allowed two square feet per building frontage foot.
(2) Projecting signs shall be allowed two square feet per street frontage foot.
(3) Total signage shall not exceed two square feet per street frontage foot.
(B) Free-standing signs located within 25 feet of a street curb line and determined to constitute a potential traffic safety hazard shall have a minimum vertical clearance of ten feet above the crown of the adjacent roadway.
(C) Signs attached to awnings, canopies, or marques shall maintain a minimum of seven feet clearance above grade.
(D) The following regulations shah apply to hotels, motels and enclosed and strip malls.
(1) Motels, hotels. Wall-mounted and free-standing signs shall not exceed two and one-half square feet per face for every unit.
(2) Cabins, camps, campgrounds. Wall-mounted and free-standing signs shall not exceed five square feet per face per cabin unit or defined camping space.
(3) Strip malls. Wall-mounted signs shall not exceed two square feet per business frontage foot. Free-standing signs shall not exceed two square feet per face for each business space frontage foot. Total square feet shall not exceed five square feet per business frontage foot.
(4) Enclosed malls.
(a) Outside wall-mounted signs shall be permitted based on a formula of one square foot for every 100 square feet of business space.
(b) Free-standing signs, limited to two per enclosed mall, shall not exceed 300 square feet per face.
(Ord. 948-03, passed 4-21-2003)