3.Each neighborhood business area built as a Planned Unit Development may have one free-standing identification sign for each street on which it fronts, set back at least twenty-five (25) feet from the front property line and presenting only the name of the shopping center, the businesses located therein, and the hours of business. Each such sign shall not exceed three hundred (300) square feet in area.
4.No illuminated business signs within a business or industrial zone shall be located closer than fifty (50) feet to a residential zone.
5.No revolving business sign within a business or industrial zone shall be located closer than seventy-five (75) feet to a residential zone.
6.Portable business signs within any zone shall maintain the same setback as that required of other business signs with respect to type, illumination, etc., and shall not be permitted on properties (businesses) that have an existing permanent sign already in place.
7.Portable signs to be used in any zone and displayed by only those that do not have a permanent business sign.
1.All signs permitted in Business Districts are also permitted in Industrial Districts and subject to the requirements thereof.
2.One (1) sign structure for identification and direction purposes may be erected at access points to public streets provided that such signs are no larger than fifty (50) square feet in area.
1.It shall be the duty of the Zoning Administrator or his/her