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Public Notices

April 24, 2014

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Greeneville Sign Ordinances Apply
To Political Signs

Originally published: 2013-12-31 10:31:00
Last modified: 2013-12-31 10:39:12
 


The Town of Greeneville is reminding citizens that the existing sign ordinance includes regulations related to temporary political campaign signs.

Temporary campaign signs are allowed, but the ordinance includes specifications related to their size and the timing of display.

Signs may not be erected more than 90 days prior to the nomination, election or referendum which is being advertised.

Such signs must also be removed within seven days of the announced results.

The ordinance also states that such signs must not exceed six square feet in single-family, multi-family and medical-residential zones, or 16 square feet in all other zones.

A news release from Greeneville Town Hall says the Building Department appreciates cooperation with the established sign ordinance.

Those with questions about the sign ordinance may contact the Building Department at Town Hall by calling 639-7105.

 
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