Perrysburg City council amends temporary sign code
Wed, 12/13/2017 - 9:50am
In the Perrysburg Codified ordinances the definition of a temporary sign is “a sign that is not constructed or intended for long-term use or is not permanently affixed to the ground or a structure, maintained in good condition, and generally displayed for periods less than one year.”
And, temporary signs have a display time expiration–60 days prior to an event and seven days after an event.
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