Carolina Beach Sign Ordinance Public Input - 7pm on March 11

On Thursday, March 11th, 2010 at 7 pm, the Carolina Beach Planning and Zoning Commission will hear about a proposal to relax the town's sign ordinance.  A recommendation will be presented to the town council  next month and public input is welcome.

The Commission will meet in the council room of the Carolina Beach Municipal Administration Building at 1121 N. Lake Park Blvd.

It was reported in the Star-News on March 9th, 2010 that Carolina Beach town officials are considering a change to the current ordinance governing commercial signage in the community.

Currently, the length of time allowed for temporary banners in Carolina Beach is set at four weeks.  Town officials are considering whether to lengthen that time period and are also considering "whether to permit vehicle/trailer signs, A-frame boards, balloons, and humans in costume" such as are allowed in other parts of New Hanover County.

The Star-News reports that some Carolina Beach business owners want more leeway to present signage promoting their products, services, specials, or events.  Other people want to see the ordinances stay the same or become even more restricted in order to preserve the aesthetics of the beach town.

If you have an opinion about this topic, please attend the meeting to share your views:

  • What: Carolina Beach Town Planning Commission public meeting
  • When: Thursday, March 11th, 2010 at 7 pm
  • Where: Counsel room of the Carolina Beach Municipal Building at 1121 N. Lake Park Blvd
  • Info: For more information, please contact Jeremy Hardison, zoning administrator, at 910-458-2991 or jeremy.hardison@carolinabeach.org.
To read the full Star-News article, please see: Carolina Beach considers relaxing sign rules

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