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City looks to clarify sign, billboard restrictions
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The McMinnville Board of Mayor and Aldermen has voted on two ordinances which would make changes to city zoning having to do with signs, one regarding on-premise signs in the central commercial district, and the other regarding billboards and off-premise signs in the general commercial districts.In order for an ordinance to become law, the board has to hold public hearings and the ordinances have to pass two reads. The public hearings were held the same night, with no one appearing to address the ordinances. Both passed first read unanimously.Planning and Zoning supervisor Josh Baker explained what the ordinances are designed to do.“Currently we have a policy in place, but we don’t have it in an ordinance, giving us a minimum height that signs should be above our sidewalks in C-1, which is the downtown area,” said Baker.

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