Norton Shores business owners question community's signs ordinance
Eight years ago, when George Gasahl bought an electronic sign for his newly-formed travel agency, he thought he had found a way to advertise his latest deals to the thousands of drivers who pass by on Seaway Drive each day.
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Since: Sep 08
#1 Oct 18, 2010
Ironically, George's business is right near a billboard which gives birth names and weights of the babies born locally. Because of tree growth, you can't see it until you are right on top of it, and it's fairly distracting.
#2 Oct 18, 2010
This is just another case of local governments hurting the ability of a business to grow and prosper and therefore pay more taxes! Shoot yourself in the foot again, Norton Shores! I truly hope they do revise their ordinance. This is silly.
#3 Oct 18, 2010
What are the odds that George is the first one to complain about people texting on cell phones amongst other things that distract drivers?
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