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NOTICE FROM THE VILLAGE---Enforcement of Rights-of-Way Law Begins
On February 3rd, the Village Board adopted Local Law 3 of 2020 which prohibits the posting, scattering, placing and tossing of notices and advertisements in the Village’s rights-of-way. This includes telephone and street light poles, as well as the grass strip between the sidewalk and the roadway. Beginning July 13, 2020, the Village’s Code Enforcement Officer will begin enforcement of this new law. Any signage that a resident wishes to keep should be removed from the Village’s right-of-way to private property. Signage can be placed on your front lawn provided it complies with the Village’s Zoning Code. If you have any questions regarding the above, please contact the Engineering Department at 271-4783.
TO THE RESIDENT WHO HAS ASKED ABOUT WHETHER OR NOT THE VILLAGE CAN REGULATE THE SIZE AND/OR CONTENT, POLITICAL OR OTHERWISE, OF SIGNAGE ON PRIVATE PROPERTY, PLEASE CONSULT THE ZONING CODE LINK ABOVE OR SPEAK DIRECTLY WITH OFFICIALS/STAFF.
Wow- You would think they'd try to help businesses that have been closed down for 3 months and allow it. I would have thought that they would have gone in the other direction to help people. THink of all of the restaurants that want to announce indoor and out door seating, or pickup, etc. Sad.ReplyDelete
I don't think they can say anything about signs on your own property. There's a big one I find pretty offensive but I am pretty sure that this is on private property.ReplyDelete