§ 153.18  TEMPORARY SIGNS.
   (A)   Real estate signs.
      (1)   Two temporary real estate signs located on the premises are permitted for the sale or lease of an existing building or vacant lot for each street frontage of the parcel.
      (2)   Real estate signs shall be removed within ten days of the completion of the project or when the property is sold.
      (3)   Real estate signs shall not exceed eight square feet in area in residential districts and 32 square feet in all other districts.
   (B)   Construction signs.  Two construction signs not exceeding 32 square feet in total area in residential districts and 64 square feet in total area in all other districts shall be permitted on each street frontage of a development site. Such signs shall be removed within 14 days after the development is constructed.
   (C)   Political signs.  Political signs shall meet all applicable standards of M.S. § 211B.045 during state general years. During non-state general election years, political signs shall not exceed eight square feet in area in residential districts and 32 square feet in all other districts. Such signs shall not be erected prior to the first day of filing. Such signs shall be removed within seven days after the election to which they are applicable. Each such sign shall contain the name and address of the person responsible for the placement of the sign. Such person shall be responsible for the removal.
   (D)   Window signs.  Temporary interior window signs shall only be permitted in a commercial or industrial district, and in such cases shall be exempt from the requirements of § 153.20.
(Ord. 857, passed 3-9-98; Am. Ord. 993, passed 9-25-06)  Penalty, see § 153.99