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City seeks community's input on sign ordinance revision

The city of Thomasville held a workshop Wednesday afternoon to talk about changes for it's current sign ordinance.(Source:WALB) The city of Thomasville held a workshop Wednesday afternoon to talk about changes for it's current sign ordinance.(Source:WALB)
This has been a two year process with the city actively seeking the community's input.(Source:WALB) This has been a two year process with the city actively seeking the community's input.(Source:WALB)
"We wanna make sure that we are fair to all areas of the city. One of the issues with the current ordinance is that there was this feeling that there were certain standards for downtown and certain standards for outside of downtown"(Source:WALB) "We wanna make sure that we are fair to all areas of the city. One of the issues with the current ordinance is that there was this feeling that there were certain standards for downtown and certain standards for outside of downtown"(Source:WALB)
The new ordinance is expected to have seven new sign types added and will remove some of the restrictions on internal sign lighting(Source:WALB) The new ordinance is expected to have seven new sign types added and will remove some of the restrictions on internal sign lighting(Source:WALB)
THOMASVILLE, GA (WALB) -

The city of Thomasville held a workshop Wednesday afternoon to talk about changes for it's current sign ordinance.

This has been a two year process with the city actively seeking the community's input.

City leaders say the community feels that current ordinance is confusing and hard to use.

"We wanna make sure that we are fair to all areas of the city. One of the issues with the current ordinance is that there was this feeling that there were certain standards for downtown and certain standards for outside of downtown"

The new ordinance is expected to have seven new sign types added and will remove some of the restrictions on internal sign lighting

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