Friday, September 9, 2011

Seymour looking to revise sign rules

By Jean Falbo-Sosnovich
Register Correspondent
SEYMOUR — The Planning and Zoning Commission is working on revisions geared to ensure public safety, as well as bring about uniformity and curb appeal, when it comes to signs around town.
The commission Thursday unveiled proposed changes to its sign regulations at a public hearing. About a dozen people, mostly business owners, weighed in.

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1 comment:

JB said...

Seymour wants to ensure public safety by revising sign rules?
Yet they let the road flood on Walnut street since the 1980causing repeated and sometimes massive amounts of damage to the home of a Senior Citzen who has been there since the 1963?
No flooding from 1963 through 1980 yet the town of Seymour claims no fault? If anyone is interested check all the available public info much available online. Its gotten so bad one resident was swept under a concrete walkway and could have likely been killed had her husband not been there. Hey Seymour if your really concerned about the health and safety of your citizens then dont take 30 years to discuss the real hazzards and do something about them.

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