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City Board 7-3-18: New city sign ordinance approved

July 5, 2018 // 0 Comments

After working on it for most of a year, the New Albany Board of Aldermen approved a new sign ordinance at the City Board 7-3-18 meeting. First Ward Alderwoman Amy Livingston declared during the first board meeting after her election that she would be working to change the city’s sign ordinance. A working group [More]

City Board 6-5-18: Aldermen hold hearing on sign ordinance

June 7, 2018 // 0 Comments

The New Albany Board of Aldermen held a public hearing June 5th on its proposed new sign ordinance. The hearing was the first item on the agenda during the regular  City Board 6-5-18 meeting Tuesday evening at city hall. Sign Ordinance public hearing comments Work on a new ordinance to replace the problematic sign [More]

Rant: Does New Albany need a sign ordinance at all?

June 4, 2018 // 0 Comments

According to its agenda, the New Albany Board of Aldermen will hold a public hearing tomorrow evening, June 5, 2018, for its proposed new sign ordinance. Anyone with comments on the new rules governing signs in New Albany will be able to speak briefly. We have ranted so much during the last three years about the badly [More]

City Board 5-1-18: Contentious discussion of sign ordinance commenting plans

May 2, 2018 // 0 Comments

City Board 5-1-18:  The New Albany city board intends to limit each speaker to just five minutes during a June hearing about the new sign ordinance. During its Tuesday, May 1st meeting, the Board of Aldermen set a hearing on the long-awaited new sign ordinance for June 5, 2018. The hearing will be included in the [More]

We may be at the end of the beginning for a new sign ordinance

April 25, 2018 // 0 Comments

This may be the “end of the beginning” of the work to draft a new ordinance regulating signs in New Albany. Monday, April 23, a friend at city hall furnished NAnewsweb.com with what is characterized as a “near final draft” of the proposed new ordinance. The current New Albany sign ordinance has [More]

Current draft of new sign ordinance nears final version

March 12, 2018 // 0 Comments

Work on the draft of a new ordinance regulating signs in New Albany is nearing what its authors believe will be its final version. While the ordinance is still under development, nanewsweb.com is providing the most up-to-date draft of the ordinance below as a microsoft work document. The type that appears in various [More]

NAnewsweb.com blogger discusses New Albany signs

March 6, 2018 // 0 Comments

It is expected that a new ordinance governing signs in New Albany will be proposed soon to the city’s Board of Aldermen. Work on the new ordinance started more than six months ago when the current sign ordinance, enacted in 2006, was the source of still another silly situation regarding a new commercial sign in [More]

Hopeful signs for the future times of New Albany signs

February 22, 2018 // 1 Comment

About ten days ago the New Albany Board of Aldermen finally gave permission for a new sign in front of the almost new IMPC medical clinic building. The IMPC doctors submitted a permit application seven months ago, hoping to put up a new sign in front of their new building. They started seeing patients in the new [More]

RANT:  At last, a rough draft of the new sign ordinance

November 27, 2017 // 0 Comments

A rough draft of the new sign ordinance governing business and other signs in New Albany has been circulated to city officials and others. First Ward Alderman Amy Livingston stated at the city board’s regular meeting on Nov. 7 that she, working with others, had completed a draft of a proposed new sign ordinance. [More]

New Albany City Board Nov. 7, the rest of the story

November 10, 2017 // 0 Comments

Although the debate about kratom dominated the meeting, the New Albany Board of Aldermen did conduct other business at its Nov. 7, meeting. [See link below to the nanewsweb.com story posted earlier about the kratom arguments.] In a city board meeting earlier this year, First Ward Alderman Amy Livingston volunteered to [More]
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