(A)   Signs shall be structurally sound and located so as to pose no threat to pedestrian or vehicular traffic.
   (B)   Signs shall be fabricated on and be of materials which are of good quality, of good durability and complementary to the building or site of which they become a part.
   (C)   The construction, erection, safety, and maintenance of signs shall comply with the building and property maintenance code or other applicable codes of the city.
(Ord. 4-2016, passed 3-2-16)