(A)   Residential uses shall be subject to the provisions of § 156.336 of this chapter.
   (B)   Each public recreation, community facility, clinic use and similar uses shall be permitted one bulletin board or identification sign, not to exceed 12 square feet, except that use occupying extended frontages or major fraction thereof.
   (C)   Each primary use other than those listed in divisions (A) and (B) above shall be permitted signs according to the following formula: the area of all permanent advertising signs for any single business enterprise may have an area equivalent to one and one-half square feet of sign area for each lineal foot of width of a building, or part of a building occupied by such enterprise, but shall not exceed a maximum area of 100 square feet.
   (D)   (1)   The area of all permanent advertising signs for any single business enterprise shall be limited according to the widths of the building or part of the building occupied by such enterprise.
      (2)   For purposes of this section, width shall be measured along the building face nearest parallel to the street line.
      (3)   In the case of a corner lot, either frontage may be used in determining width, but the frontage selected shall be considered the front wall of the building for the purpose of determining maximum area of the sign.
   (E)   No sign shall project over a lot line and no sign shall project in to a required yard by more than two feet, except in those blocks where 25% of the frontage is already occupied by business uses and where overhanging signs are already established, signs may project to within two feet of an established right-of-way line, but in no event shall a sign extend more than six feet beyond the face of the building.
   (F)   Free-standing signs not over 25 feet in height, having a maximum total sign area of 100 square feet and located not closer than ten feet to any street line, and not closer than 100 feet to any adjoining lot line may be erected to serve a group of business establishments.
(2004 Code, § 7-1402)