Woodbury residents will get yet another chance to weigh in on political sign regulations at a future public hearing.
Town Planner Brian Miller drafted language on zoning regulation revisions as they pertained to political signs. The consensus of the commission, at its Tuesday, Jan. 8, meeting, was that the revision represented a large enough change and therefore the public deserved another opportunity to weigh in at a public hearing.
The hearing is scheduled for 7:30 p.m. Tuesday, March 12, to allow for the draft revision to be brought before the Council of Governments and the Woodbury Planning Commission. The meeting will take place at the Senior Community Center.
The Revisions on the Table
Replace 7.5.10.I (political sign regulation) with the following:
"Non-commercial sign: (a) One sign with a maximum size of 24 square feet and an unlimited number of signs with a maximum size of three square feet or (b) signs as otherwise permitted in the zoning district, within which the property is located; whichever requirement permits larger or more signs."
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