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Erik Sine

New rules would alter sign skyline in Spokane

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Wow that's crazy!

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These ordinances are getting out of hand. Why would they limit the height of a sign to 15'? Are they trying to make the signs block visibility? Trying to get them hit by trucks?

The photo in that first article was very interesting. If you eliminated the traffic signs, traffic signals, telephone poles and power lines then the street would look fine. The problem isn't the signs, it's all of the other mess that's visible but doesn't need to be. Signs need to be there and signs need to be visible.

Plus, I disagree that signs cause traffic hazards. I'm confident that I am a safer driver when the the businesses around me are presented in a clear manner and not hidden.

James Watson

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The photo in that first article was very interesting. If you eliminated the traffic signs, traffic signals, telephone poles and power lines then the street would look fine.

Yeah. I mean, who needs telephones or electricity, right? Forget traffic signals, let's just go with 4-way stops on all roads everywhere, and make people guess if they're turning the wrong way down a one way street. Driving would be more of an adventure and scare the old people off the roads = safer for everyone!

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