Drafting rules for signs

A sign bylaw for South Dundas is in the works.

A first draft of the bylaw was given to council at a recent meeting, however they were not happy with the document which they found too restrictive and far reaching.

With council’s input the document is being amended to better fit this municipality’s needs. 

What council would like to see is a document that primarily addresses the use of temporary signs, especially those which are scattered along the front of busy retail areas like the plazas in Morrisburg and Iroquois.

After they provided their input, council asked that the document be reviewed by the South Dundas Chamber of Commerce, the Morrisburg Business Improvement Area and the Iroquois and District Business Association.

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