Hooksett group tasked with simplifying sign ordinance
One change Duffy said the committee is sure to discuss is allowing the size of the sign to be dependent on the size of the building, as opposed to being based on location, like it is now.
“It’s nice to hear that Hooksett is trying to do something about it. New Hampshire has some quirky sign ordinances, with some towns adopting sign ordinances not designed for their towns. There is a way to preserve the aesthetic of a town without hurting the businesses that operate in them,” Sullivan said.
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