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 •  September 24, 2015

Previously approved LED signage for Metro Pointe is heading back to Costa Mesa City Hall for further review next week.
On Dec. 16, Councilwoman Sandy Genis appealed the Planning Commission's earlier approval, and now the matter is scheduled to go before the council Jan. 7.
To make the center more visible and thus economically competitive, Corona ...

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 •  September 24, 2015

Signage directed at freeway will not be visible in residential areas.
Can people see Metro Pointe from the 405 Freeway?
Perhaps not well enough, according to the shopping center's developers, who won approval from the Costa Mesa Planning Commission on Monday night to install a 9-by-18-foot electronic sign near Bear Street and South Coast Drive. ...

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 •  September 24, 2015

The Costa Mesa City Council on Tuesday night approved new signage for Metro Pointe that includes two LED displays visible from the 405 Freeway.
But the council deviated slightly from what the city Planning Commission had approved in December. Planners agreed then to permit two 53-foot pylons, each with one light-emitting diode display to advertise ...