§ 609.13.

NONCONFORMING SIGNS IN NEIGHBORHOOD COMMERCIAL DISTRICTS

If state and/or federal statutes, as applicable, which currently required local governments to pay monetary compensation to the owners of nonconforming signs as a condition of requiring removal of such signs is/are repealed, or amended so as to eliminate that requirement, then any lawfully existing general advertising sign within a Neighborhood Commercial District which does not conform to the provisions of Section 607.1(e), (h), (i), and (j) or any lawfully existing general advertising sign which directs attention to a business on the same or directly adjacent property and does not conform to the provisions of Section 607.1(e), (h), (i), and (j) shall be removed within five years of the effective date of the repeal of the amendment of said state and/or federal legislation, as applicable; provided, however, if this Code is amended after the effective date of said repeal or amendment of said state and/or federal legislation, which Code amendment first makes Section 607.1 applicable to a sign, then that sign need not be removed until five years after the effective date of said Code amendment.

History

(Added by Ord. 69-87, App. 3/13/87)

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