Don’t allow electronic, temporary signs
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