Political signs are a hot topic in Woodbury. The and public workshop, established its support for repealing a proposed section on the regulation of political signs.
The proposed paragraph on what is allowable when it comes to political signs is as follows:
"I. Political Signs: One or more signs, the total aggregate amount of signage per property not to exceed the greater of (i) 12 square feet, or (ii) the maximum aggregate amount of signage which would be allowed on the property under the regulations applicable to the district in which the property is located."
The consensus of the commission is to remove that section completely from the draft regulations. No vote has been taken on that matter.
Do you think that's the best choice for the town and its residents? Why or why not? Vote in the poll and share your thoughts in the comments section.
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