Rindge board grants Wal-Mart sign variances
Wal-Mart sought to increase the size of the main building sign and to continue to internally illuminate that sign. It also requested two additional exterior signs, one of which is required by the new federal Affordable Care Act.
The town sign variance allows businesses one 32-square-foot sign, Drouin said.
The variances granted Tuesday give Wal-Mart permission to have the three signs reading Wal-Mart, outdoor living and pharmacy, total 320-square feet, Drouin said.
The project aims to convert the 20-year-old Wal-Mart to a Super Wal-Mart that would include the addition of a grocery section.
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