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Tuesday’s Planning and Zoning workshop revisited a proposed sign code that is almost ready for prime time, after nine workshops and nearly two-and-a-half years of effort by the members of the commission, the business community and Community Development Director Rick Bohn.
“This is a complete draft, but not necessarily a final draft,” Bohn said, as he explained that the draft would only be considered final after the public had a chance to review the plan. “There will be a lot of opportunity for the public to review this. At this point, I’m not even setting a date for the introduction of the ordinance.” Bohn said that he would publish the draft on the county’s website as well as take it to community groups such as the League of Women Voters, local real estate interests and the Chamber of Commerce. He said that he has tried to incorporate comments and suggestions he has received from the public, hoping to build a consensus in the community regarding the sign code before it becomes law.
“The complete redrafting of our existing sign code has been a long and difficult process, but I believe we have finally reached a point where the draft addresses almost all of the major issues we’ve been discussing,” Bohn said.
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