Businesses in Utah's Snyderville Basin often complain that the allowed sign size is so small as to remain unseen by prospective customers. Now, the basin's planning commission will review the existing sign code and recommend some changes. Some officials like things the way they are. "I love our sign ordinance. I have always been very, very proud of it," Summit County Councilwoman Sally Elliott said. "It is restrictive in just the right ways, and it keeps the clutter out."

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