Oro Valley votes to allow A-frame signs

2013-01-23T13:00:00Z Oro Valley votes to allow A-frame signsPhil Villarreal Arizona Daily Star Arizona Daily Star

Oro Valley businesses continue to be allowed to advertise with roadside A-frame signs.

Due to a 7-0 vote by the Oro Valley Town Council, A-frame signs and outdoor merchandise displays will be allowed through Feb. 1, 2014.

The town began allowing A-frames and outdoor displays in September 2011 in a temporary measure to help struggling businesses. The permissions were set to expire Feb. 1 before the Jan. 16 vote.

 

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