Liquor at State Minimum?
Question Corner: September 2016
Q. I've been noticing an increasing number of temporary signs advertising things like "LIQUOR at state minimum" along local streets. I tried to learn what the city's ordinances about this are but got tangled in legal-speak.
A. The ordinances are dense with details and qualifications, but here is the essence: non-city signage is not allowed in the public right-of-way or on lawn extensions. Construction signs are exempted, and special rules govern political signs and signs for real estate open houses.
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