Salem Planning Board to hold final hearing on temporary signs
The ordinance as originally proposed was drafted by Assistant Town Manager Leon Goodwin and Planning Director Ross Moldoff to help address issues concerning temporary signs both off and on town property.
The Planning Board held the first public hearing on the amendment last week. A second public hearing was scheduled after several changes to the ordinance were proposed during the hearing.
“There was a lot of input from the public, and that input caused the Planning Board to propose three modifications to the amendment,” said Keller.
“There was some thought that 24 hours was too stringent given weather and other things that may occur,” said Keller.
Everett McBride, chairman of the Board of Selectmen, said he was fine with moving the zoning amendment back to the Planning Board with the proposed changes.
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