Tuesday, 19 June 2012 02:56

Jackson approves tractor supply sign exemption

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Amador County – Jackson City Council on Monday, June 11, approved an exemption for Tractor Supply Company for the new company to have 180-square feet of signs on its building, being constructed next to Raley’s grocery store.

The Council unanimously approved the exemption to allow two 90 square foot signs, one on the front and one on the back of the building, on French Bar Road. City Manager Mike Daly said it was felt that it would not be any kind of visual issue.

Daly said the Tractor Supply Company’s manager wants to meet with him next week, and they plan an Aug. 4 official opening.

The sign complies in all other ways with city sign code, including channel lettering, back-lit lettering, and being limited to only having a logo and company name lettering. Daly said it is a bit large for the ordinance. For time reasons, the request for an exemption was taken by the company directly to the City Council.

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