Digital sign changes could be limited to minute intervals
TOPSHAM — The Planning Board on Feb. 17, will review draft ordinance language to regulate the frequency of change and placement of digital business signs.
TOPSHAM – The Board of Selectmen voted unanimously Jan. 8 to increase the fine for starting or completing work in town without a permit to five times the permit cost.
TOPSHAM — The Planning Board will rework a draft ordinance governing placement and use of changeable, digital signs and discuss it again in a Feb. 3 workshop.
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