As an ex-officio, ad hoc, OJT zoning admin man I am just dipping toes in the high muddy waters of sign regulation.
Our ordinance includes sections re Common or Master Signage plan, which makes good common sense for a parcel where a building or set of buildings are supposed to make a coherent presentation to the public eye.
A plan submitted for my review regards a multi-tenant commercial building.
Total or aggregate area limit is set by one of three approaches. One is a set area limit, stated as 100 SF. Another is calculated at 8 per cent of building footprint, while a third is calculated at 4 SF per linear foot of building frontage.
Both calcs yield approx 800 SF limit for total of potential eleven tenants. The rule says to use the smallest figure of all the three.
The one hundred limit looks too small in relation to the thers, and I think it is a typo error. To divide eleven tenants into 100 feet is ridiculous.
Does anyone have similar sets of area restrictions, or does anyone agree with me that something looks funny about the three choices?