Massachusetts city loosens new sign ordinance

09/6/2010 | Telegram & Gazette (Worcester, Mass.)

City officials in Worcester, Mass., have amended a new sign ordinance to allow business owners to cover up to half of their front windows with temporary signs. The move came after business interests complained that the original regulation limiting temporary signs to 25% of store windows would limit the ability of small businesses to attract customers.

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