Signage

Next Meeting:
Tues. Jan 8, 2013
Courthouse Square,
Lower Level
205 Main Street
Prince Frederick
(Same building as Economic Dev. & Parks & Recs; across from the county courthouse and MD State Police)

Open to the public; everyone invited.

For the past year, a group of Calvert County officials, business owners, concerned citizens and others have been working to update the County’s sign regulations. Hot topics include the inability for businesses to let customers know where they are, placement of signs on main highways and streets, and signs and shrink wrap on vehicles.

Gary & Jen Armstrong of Heavenly Chicken & Ribs in Dunkirk and Maureen Walker of Spice Islands Wicker in Owings are the BBG’s point people on this controversial topic, reporting back to us on developments.

Background
If you’d like to join this BBG committee, please email Gary & Jen or email Maureen

Are you concerned about signs? For the past year, a group of county officials, business owners, concerned citizens and others have been working to update Calvert County’s regulations concerning signage, especially on main highways and streets.

Background

Gary & Jen Armstrong, Heavenly Chicken & Ribs in Dunkirk and Maureen Walker of Spice Island Wicker in Owings are the BBG’s point people on this controversial topic, reporting back to us on developments.