October 18, 2010 at 7:00 pm in INFORUM
Fargo will adopt a new city sign code after more than a year of debate and opposition from the industry.
Tags: Fargo, Fargo City Commission, sign code 12 Comments »
“The City Commission voted 5-0 on Monday to approve an updated code, despite an hour and a half of testimony from the sign industry against the changes.”
Why even listen to testimony and debates on a matter when the FCC is going to do what THEY want anyway, regardless of what one says. Well Walaker, I can assure you, you wont ever see your ‘sign’ in my front yard, next term. Aside from credit you quickly took for flood fighting efforts, what else have you done for this city that was positive and didn’t piss people off?
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King Denny is an arrogant bully and the idiots of Fargo deserve this liar (he said he would only serve one term – his words not mine) for reelecting him. Maybe next time you will be smarter.
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Maybe next time I will be smarter? Next time implies that I did something the first time. He had every intention of running again, and I’m sure he will run again at the end of this term. Look at the poor direction we’ve been heading in since he was elected in June, 4 years ago.
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Gee I dont know, he was only the city engineer during some of the worst times of Fargo, only to bail it out repeatedly problem after problem. What have you done?
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I ask you the same thing… What have you done?
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I hope that means all political signs need to be removed from people’s yards as well. Talk about making a neighborhood look like a disease infested hole.
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What is the new ruling on the political signs? There are some pretty large ones on fences in some parts of the city.
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The sign ordinance doesn’t cover political signs from what I understand. They can be as big and obnoxious as they want to be.
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If only they could come up with something to ban certain amounts of political signs and those awful on the lawn advertisings for special events.
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Shall we ban large ‘obnoxious’ holiday themed displays too?
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I’m glad that the city commissioners know more than the public on what they prefer. I guess having 52% of the population in favor of free enterprise is less important than the aesthetic notions of meddling bureacrats and politicians…
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The people have spoken to have these men as leaders. They should be revered, not mocked. Perhaps those who complain should become the leaders or be still.
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