November 30, 2011
Staff Photos: Sue Ann Kuhn-Smith ---- Covington Ford is a good example of a new regulation that allows businesses to have one square foot of signage for every linear foot of building space. The car dealership has 200 linear feet of facade and about 180 square feet of signange.
This banner hanging on the Kroger in Newton Plaza, and many others like it in the city, is illegal because it has not been permitted. A new sign ordinance sets limits on how long such temporary signs can be displayed.
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COVINGTON -- The city has revamped its sign ordinance and officials are asking business owners to take note.