Businesses That Owe Money to City Can’t Fly Temporary Signs

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A last-minute change to a temporary sign ordinance means that business owners who owe money to the city, including fines and liens, won’t be allowed to fly a feather flag or banner to advertise their business.

Under the ordinance, business owners along Wilton Drive, Dixie Highway, portions of Northeast 26 Street, portions of Northeast 6 Avenue, Oakland Park Blvd, Andrews Avenue, and portions of Powerline Road are eligible to put up flags or banners if they don’t owe money to the city.

Mayor Gary Resnick proposed the change at the Dec. 19 commission meeting and it was approved by every commissioner except Tom Green, who was absent.


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