mounted flush against a building. The depth of such a sign from a face to the building shall not exceed two (2) feet. The area of such a flush mount sign shall be limited to a total surface area equivalent to 1-1/2 square feet of sign area for each lineal foot of building width occupied by such enterprise. In the event that the area shall exceed fifty (50) square feet, then a application must be made to and approved by the Board.
2.Additionally, one (1) free-standing sign structure shall be permitted for each lot of one hundred (100) foot frontage or less and one (1) additional structure for each additional one hundred (100) feet of lot frontage. Any such freestanding sign structures in a Commercial or Business District shall be no more than seventy-two (72) square feet in area nor shall two (2) or more smaller signs be so arranged and integrated as to create a single sign in excess of seventy-two (72) square feet.
All such freestanding signs shall be set back twenty-
The dimensions of any two-faced or multi-sided sign must be determined by measuring the surface area on one side of the sign. Free standing signs shall not exceed a height of twenty-five (25) feet.
All freestanding signs designed to face into a residential district shall be located fifty (50) feet or more from the residential district.
If a business is adjacent to more than one street or highway, additional free-standing signs may be allowed upon application to and receiving approval of the same from the Triple S Planning Commission or the Board of
Adjustments and Appeals.