The brief life of a Main Street sign


This sign along Main Street in front of Stoodt’s Market raised some eyebrows among village officials on the Planning Commission. The process to put up a sign usually involves obtaining a permit. It is not clear how the sign was allowed to be constructed. Village administrator Larry Weirich said the sign would be torn down.

Louise Swartzwalder | Bellville Star

This sign along Main Street in front of Stoodt’s Market raised some eyebrows among village officials on the Planning Commission. The process to put up a sign usually involves obtaining a permit. It is not clear how the sign was allowed to be constructed. Village administrator Larry Weirich said the sign would be torn down. Louise Swartzwalder | Bellville Star
http://thebellvillestar.aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/39/2017/07/web1_sign.jpgThis sign along Main Street in front of Stoodt’s Market raised some eyebrows among village officials on the Planning Commission. The process to put up a sign usually involves obtaining a permit. It is not clear how the sign was allowed to be constructed. Village administrator Larry Weirich said the sign would be torn down. Louise Swartzwalder | Bellville Star