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 •  September 24, 2015

From the City of San Leandro
For the first time in more than 30 years, the historic Manor Shopping Center neon sign will be illuminated on May 24, 2013.
The Optimist Club of San Leandro and the City of San Leandro split the $13,400 cost of restoring the neon sign, with the City using funds from its Commercial Rehabilitation Program.
“The Manor ...

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 •  September 24, 2015

The group Business Now is hoping to ask the Planning and Zoning Commission to re-consider it's regulations regarding signs in front of businesses in town at its June 19 meeting.
"In the interest of the entire community, both business and residential components, it is respectfully requested that the Rocky Hill Planning & Zoning Commission consider ...

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 •  September 24, 2015

At Tuesday night’s City Council meeting, City Staff will introduce a first reading and ordinance that would amend the City’s sign code to allow the City and schools to use animated signs for public safety and school purposes only.
Currently, the City's Sign Code prohibits all animated signs, except when it comes to directing traffic and minimizing ...

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 •  September 24, 2015

The Rocky Hill Planning & Zoning meeting last week was dominated by a lengthy presentation and question and answer period about the proposed Foundry project.
After that public hearing was closed, the P&Z said it would be willing to work with local business owners and review the zoning restrictions on signage at individual businesses.
P&Z agreed to ...

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 •  September 24, 2015

Yum Yum Donuts has gone the way of many 50-year-olds and had itself a face lift. Construction crews spent Tuesday setting up and installing new signs at the Street Road bakery, including a giant donut that lights up when the sun goes down.
The sign installations mark the end of a renovation project that started during the last couple weeks of ...

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 •  September 24, 2015

The signage is now up at the Turkish denim store Mavi Jeans, which is set to open two outposts on Fifth Avenue and Union Street.
The 2,400 square-foot space in Park Slope will be Mavi's first in Brooklyn. On Friday, the brand's twitter and Instagram account shared the photo of the signage now up at the location along with the message, "Signs up at ...

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 •  September 24, 2015

Reading’s Building Façade and Signage Improvement Program (BFSI) will begin later this summer, according to Staff Planner Jessie Wilson.
“The program will offer grants to business owners wishing to improve their building façade: signage, façade, windows, window boxes, lighting, etc.,” Wilson said.
The program is a collaboration between the ...