§ 155.51  PROJECTING SIGNS.
   A projecting sign shall comply with the following requirements:
   (A)   A projecting sign not exceeding 25 square feet in area for each building fronting a public street shall be allowed, provided that, if a building is occupied by only one user and the front wall area adjoining the public street on which the building is located exceeds 500 square feet, the building may have a projecting sign with an area equal to 10% of the area of the front wall of the building, but shall not exceed 250 square feet.
   (B)   A building located on a corner lot may have one projecting sign on each street side of the building, but not exceeding the size limitations as set forth in division (A) above for each sign.
   (C)   No projecting sign shall extend more than four feet, six inches from the building, including structural supporting or extending members attached to the building.
   (D)   No projecting sign shall project nearer to the curb line than four feet.
   (E)   No projecting sign shall extend downward nearer than ten feet to the ground or pavement.
   (F)   No projecting sign shall extend above the roof line.
   (G)   Every projecting sign shall be constructed of noncombustible material and braced to withstand a horizontal wind pressure of not less than 30 pounds for every square foot of surface exposed and shall be securely attached to the building wall in an approved manner.
(Ord. 2002-09, passed 4-3-02)  Penalty, se § 10.99