The City of Mission is taking the first steps to revamping its sign ordinance and in the process addressing complaints that have been persistent, especially regarding temporary signs.
The city recently completed a sign inventory that catalogued a total of 817 signs. Of those, 91 were temporary signs. Along with the temporary signs, pole signs and window signs were of particular concern, city staff said. Temporary signs draw the most complaints and the area on Johnson Drive at Mission Mart has been a special target of complaints. The density of businesses in that area contributes to the number of temporary signs along the street.
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