Tweaks needed but chamber of commerce did work city, county government wouldn’t
By Ben Carlson
Wednesday, August 28, 2013 at 7:21 am
Column as I see ’em …
It’s a shame that after years of effort and no small amount of compromise the new sign ordinance being proposed by the Anderson County Chamber of Commerce does absolutely nothing to fix the current ordinance’s fatal flaw.
Not that the chamber could do a thing about that flaw, which is simply that two zoning boards of adjustments — one city, one county — can override the ordinance at will by granting waivers.
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