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posted: 1/27/2014 5:07 PM

Glen Ellyn to consider changes to sign code

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Glen Ellyn's village board will be asked to consider an update to the village sign code at Monday's board meeting.

The current code was adopted in 1993, with only a handful of amendments since that time, according to village records. Village staff believes many of the regulations are out of date and the format is not user-friendly.

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Proposed amendments include reformatting the code to make it more friendly to businesses; allowing two signs on an interior lot and three on a corner lot in all areas of the village; and changing permitted sign sizes.

The proposed list of exempt signs also has been greatly expanded and amendments are proposed concerning window signs, banner signs and message boards.

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