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.
After months of discussions and a vote by the public, commissioners approved a design for the wayfinding sign program. At their May 8 meeting, commissioners voted on concept 1B [pictured above], which was also the one most favored by the public.
The city’s temporary allowance of banners and feather flags seems to have become permanent.
Neon signs may soon be a thing of the past in this city.
Commissioners will seek public input on the design choice for the city’s wayfinding sign program.
Confusion over proposed neon sign regulations caused commissioners to delay the vote to implement them.
Wilton Manors officials want the public to give its input on the design of the city’s planned Wayfinding signs. The public is invited to vote on two conceptual designs in an online poll – Surveymonkey.com/r/S8M2JDY.
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