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Accessory signs in Public Facilities Districts shall be designed, erected, altered, moved and maintained, in whole or in part, in accordance with the following regulations:
(a) One bulletin board, announcement sign or property designator, not exceeding fifty square feet in area and not exceeding eight feet in height, may be permitted on the premises of each public facility and educational facility, provided that such sign is set back at least fifty feet from any adjoining Residential District boundary and twenty-five feet from any street pavement edge.
(b) A nameplate not exceeding two square feet may be placed on each building or lot, but not less than twenty-five feet from any side lot line and five feet from the street right-of-way line.
(c) Directional and informational signs not exceeding six square feet in area may be permitted on any building or lot, but not less than twenty-five feet from any lot line and five feet from the street right-of-way line.
(Ord. 1988-175. Passed 10-17-88; Ord. 90-273. Passed 2-5-91.)