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Proposed Glenville sign regulations go before public tonight

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Residents can give Glenville officials a sign this evening if they are unhappy with proposed changes to the zoning ordinance. The Town Board will hold a public hearing at 7:30 p.m. on a series of proposed changes regulating signs. The purpose is to bring the code into the 21st century because at the time the ordinance was written, it didn’t account for flashing message boards and multiple businesses within a small location. Because of the ...

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February 6, 2013
11:49 a.m.

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A regulation and true enforcement on the size, location/posting of political signs would be nice to see. Every time elections come around it's "lets post as many signs as possible where ever we want" time.

February 7, 2013
12:01 p.m.

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Cfeld agreed - especially in the EYESORE empty lot across from Price Chopper. It is embarrasing to see how lot has become so overgrown. So this is a good idea- but I ask the Town - does this apply to everyone or do certain people with certain last names get to do whatever they want - you know - the ones who put their HUGE new sign up about expanding the plaza on Route 50 before it was "officially" approved??