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Sign ordinance has some problem areas

September 26, 2013

On Monday, Cape Coral City Council will consider a new sign regulation ordinance that would standardize allowable signage throughout the city’s various commercial area....

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Duo008

Sep-27-13 10:20 AM

This is an ordinance, long overdue. The situation will only get worse and the violators only more "in your face". I for one will not support any business with 10 signs telling me "flu shots are available" or a mechanical Elmo trying to sell me a new garage remote. Almost makes me wonder if the Breeze has some illegal signs somewhere ??

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vharring

Sep-27-13 1:11 PM

In answer to the question, we do not. Nor would we be affected by the proposed regulations on window signage.

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JJSully

Sep-28-13 10:51 PM

Ok let me get this strainght, this is the same editorial board that pushed the UEP down everyones throat even though you now say everything is dire. People going hungry, no jobs, but lets push the UEP. Make up your mind.

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Callmecrazy

Oct-16-13 6:37 AM

I only wish they had included the*****political signs that are trashing up the roadsides. McGrail and Slovenly Sully seem to be holding a contest to see who can place the most signs in any 4 block stretch.

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seandhartman

Oct-18-13 1:28 PM

The irony is our City Council, which holds a Republican Supermajority, and try to promote itself as pro-business, has promoted an Ordinance, passed 5-3, that does horrendous damage to our local businesses and to our local economy.

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reyemm

Oct-27-13 11:48 AM

The city cannot enforce it's existing Ordinances. This is just another punitive statement by few against those that are trying to survive. I believe that this type issue should be placed in a process that first addresses THE NEED by utilizing A REFERENDUM VOTE by the citizens . If passed by referendum, then the ordinance should be written by a citizens committee, not staff and council. The same goes for the PROPOSED VENDOR ORDINANCE which is also extremely restrictive and punitive in nature.

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