Robinson, Pa., sign code to be reviewed amid claims of political bias

10/15/2009 | Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

Officials in Robinson, Pa., are requiring township administrators to reexamine the sign code, which requires businesses to pay for permits that allow them to display temporary banners and placards. The order comes on the heels of complaints from two Republican businessmen who claim they are being unfairly targeted as sign-code violators in the Democratic-controlled township.

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