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A business owner may display one sign or banner on private property for every sixty lineal feet or fraction thereof that fronts a street or road that is under construction, if the business owner complies with the following conditions:
(a) The business property abuts or adjoins a road or street on which construction impedes the flow of traffic into or out of the business property.
(b) The business owner applies to the Community Development Director or their designee depicting the sign language and location. Approval or denial from the Community Development Director or their designee must be provided.
(c) The sign does not exceed twenty-four square feet in size.
(d) Temporary signs shall be constructed of a durable material designed to withstand normal weather conditions. Wooden signs shall be constructed acceptable to the Community Development Director or their designee. Wooden signs must be painted with an exterior grade of paint.
(e) All signs must be maintained in good repair or the Community Development Director or their designee may order said sign or banner removed or replaced.
(f) Signs and banners must be located in such a manner so as to not impair the vision of pedestrian or vehicular traffic.
(g) All signs and banners must be removed at the conclusion of the construction period.
(Ord. 2007-06. Passed 4-3-07.)