Sign Ordinance Approved on Second Reading With Amendments

The Sheridan City Council considered second reading of ordinance 2238 that changes the City’s current sign code in order to be in compliance with a Supreme Court ruling in 2015, Reed vs. the Town of Gilbert, Arizona. Prior to Council’s unanimous approval at their meeting Monday night, two amendments to the ordinance were approved. City Attorney Brendon Kerns explains the first amendment states that signs will be presumed to be on private property if located seven feet from the curb or two feet from the sidewalk or placed on a structure or fence.

Brendon Kerns

The second amendment that was approved removes the 90-day limit on temporary signs.

Brendon Kerns

Council also approved a resolution for cessation of the recoupment agreement process and received a presentation from City Treasurer Karen Burtis on the latest sales and use tax numbers and the City’s quarterly financial report. We’ll have more from the Council meeting in future stories.

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