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Sign size proposal fizzles

City spent nearly three years crafting ordinance

A proposal to increase the maximum allowable size of temporary signs, including political campaign signs, from 16 to 32 square feet failed to move beyond a Shelton City Council study session.

At the council's session Feb. 27, the council debated the proposal by council member George Blush, who introduced the subject at its Feb. 20 meeting.

The council doesn't vote on any resolutions at its study sessions. The proposal required four of the seven council votes to move forward to the business agenda of a council meeting. Blush, the only supporter, called the proposal "a small change we're trying...

 

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