Our sign ordinance allows a maximum of 100 square feet for a free standing sign. Our local billboard operator has taken to putting up pole-top sign structures of 132 sq, ft. They contain a 100 sq. ft. sign at the top and 32 sq. ft. of "structural trim" (enameled, corrugated sheet metal) roughly 3 ft high across the entire width of the sign at the bottom, supposedly in order to eliminate or reduce roadside glare from the lights used to illuminate the signs. We planners say this "trim" is part of the sign area and its real purpose is to make the sign larger. The billboard operator disagrees. Have any of you dealt with a similar problem? How did you address it. Our ordinance is a little ambiguous, and there is no prospect of amending it.