Don’t al­low elec­tronic, tem­po­rary signs

The Calvert Recorder - - Community Forum -

I have lived in this area since 1983. Peace­ful county. Neigh­bors who wave. Less traf­fic than Crofton, Edge­wa­ter or Wal­dorf. Some peo­ple live close to work, and ask me why I drive 30 miles. Be­cause it’s def­i­nitely worth the drive home.

Our fam­ily joined Dunkirk Area Con­cerned Cit­i­zens As­so­ci­a­tion (DACCA) be­cause we care about pre­serv­ing the type of com­mu­ni­ties we have.

I’ve just been made aware of some sign reg­u­la­tions be­ing con­sid­ered. I re­quest that the com­mis- sion­ers vote for Op­tion D — which is to not per­mit elec­tronic signs in Calvert County, and es­pe­cially in Dunkirk.

I also voice my op­po­si­tion to per­mit­ting the tem­po­rary signs: air-ac­ti­vated signs, bal­loon signs, ban­ner signs, blade signs, pen­nants and yard signs.

The pro­posed new reg­u­la­tions will al­low all of those types of signs. (Fur­ther­more, there is no time limit listed in their new reg­u­la­tions for how long those signs can be left up.)

S. Jones, Dunkirk

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