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Posted on: July 25, 2019

The Case of the Missing Code

When the portion of Cranberry’s Zoning Ordinance concerning identification signs was updated two years ago, it inadvertently omitted reference to the types of non-residential monument signs found at the entrances to business parks and other commercial sites.  So, when the manager of Cranberry Springs asked for a permit to place a sign at the entrance to his development, Township staff realized the omission.  Accordingly, after accepting public comment, Cranberry’s Board of Supervisors at its July 25 meeting, restored the previous provisions for such signs with only one change: if developers wants to mount their signs on buildings instead of as free-standing structures, they can do so as long as the code’s provisions concerning size, height, lighting, and setback are observed.

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