§ 155.098  IDENTIFICATION SIGNS FOR NONRESIDENTIAL USES.
   Identification signs for nonresident uses shall be permitted in accordance with the following regulations.
   (A)   One identification sign affixed flat against a building wall and one ground sign, which in both cases may be illuminated by non-flashing direct or indirect illumination arranged in a manner that direct rays of light are not beamed onto adjoining lots and streets shall be permitted, and on a corner or through lot, one additional such sign shall be permitted facing the side street of a corner lot or the street adjoining the rear lot line of a through lot.
   (B)   Each sign shall contain not more than 16 square feet of area and when affixed to a building wall, it shall not project higher than ten feet above floor grade at entrance doorways, and a ground sign shall not project higher than ten feet above ground grade elevation at the sign.
(Ord. 1999-2, Zoning § 5, subs. .040, passed 2-15-1999)