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City asks for residents' input on new sign ordinance

The City of Thomasville Planning Department is hosting a workshop to discuss revisions of city sign ordinance The City of Thomasville Planning Department is hosting a workshop to discuss revisions of city sign ordinance
City Planner Brian Hermann City Planner Brian Hermann
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THOMASVILLE, GA (WALB) - The Thomasville Planning Department is working to revise its city sign ordinance, but not without hearing residents' suggestions first. 

The city will host a workshop open to the public to discuss proposed revisions.

A draft of the new ordinance was posted on the city's website, in hopes of collecting feedback from homeowners before the meeting. 

The department wants to maintain the city's charm while also promoting its businesses. 

City Planner Brian Hermann said, “We haven't decided anything specifically.  So, we're reaching out to the public and we feel like this is their opportunity to provide input on the sign ordinance.”

The workshop will be held at the Thomasville-Thomas County Chamber of Commerce, Tuesday at 5:15 p.m. 

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