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The sign committee is in charge of planning, constructing and installing a sign that meets requirements for i3 and the municipal codes.
Ok, the code is not that complicated, really. We'd do a Wall Sign, either attached to the wall above the garage, landlord permitting, or painted/vinyled onto the garage door. Both are in the same category of sign.
- Greg S.
- Joseph B.
- Gary M.
- Read and understand the ferndale requirements
- Contact the landlord and get his requirements
- Solicit alternate designs from members.
- i3 graphics can be found here
- Prepare sketches
- Prepare Detailed drawings of alternatives
- Submit to landlord for approval.
- Submit to Ferndale for concept approval if at least in concept before we go to far.
- Member and/or Board vote on cost and design.
- Final Ferndale and Landlord approval of construction drawings.
- Build and install
Wall Sign Constraints
- Size of sign: 40 sq ft or 10% of wall area, whichever's smaller. Need to get someone from the city to come out and measure our wall area.
- Can't stick out more than 12 inches.
- Have to have a permit
(Relevant) Restraints on all signs
- City Code
- No blinky lights, excessively bright lights, or bare bulbs, but it can be lit
- Materials have to be approved. No ugly materials or structurally unsound materials.