Centerville Holds Off on Banning Electronic Messaging Signs

Centerville Holds Off on Banning Electronic Messaging Signs

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CENTERVILLE, Utah (AP) -- The Centerville City Council has tabled a proposal to ban all use of electronic messaging signs.

Council members said Tuesday that the complete prohibition of the signs was not necessary and that the current zoning code needs to be more clearly defined.

Councilman Paul Cutler says he can see putting some limits, but would be against outright prohibiting electronic message signs.

(Copyright 2005 by The Associated Press. All Rights Reserved.)

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