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A. Projection Over Right-of-Way. Only those projecting and suspended and under awning signs located in the downtown commercial zoning district may be permitted to project into the public right-of-way, provided they meet all requirements relating to traffic, construction, safety and size, and are attached to an approved awning, canopy, marquee or porte cochere.

B. Additional Permit Requirements. When deemed necessary due to safety concerns, those projecting and suspended (under awning) signs located in the downtown commercial zoning district, over the public right-of-way, shall require the applicant to provide the city with a letter of indemnification appropriate to the city attorney, holding the city harmless for loss or injury resulting from the sign.

C. The area under the sign free of obstructions to allow passage of pedestrians and vehicles shall be eight feet under awning/canopy fascia, blade, and under-awning signs, and twelve feet under projecting signs. (Ord. 005/2019 § 10 (Exh. B))