County resolution supports port efforts on dredging

Published: Thursday, July 11, 2013 at 10:10 AM.

Bryan, who succeeded Williams in the District 3 seat, said feedback from constituents and the new owner of the assisted living facility indicated people did not want the sign to remain.

“The sign is a bit of an eyesore,” Bryan said. “It is a large sign in that area.”

McDaniel also noted it was in need of repairs.

County attorney Jeremy Novak said the agreement that allowed the sign to be placed in the right-of-way is expired, an issue that would have to be cleared up before any work on the sign could take place.

Tourist Development Council director Jennifer Jenkins said she would take another look at the sign to determine if it suited the branding campaign she has implemented this year.

Bryan said before the BOCC should consider extending the right-of-way agreement, which would place the burden on Williams to fix the sign, county staff and Jenkins should assess its potential usefulness.

“Does it fit with the aesthetics and branding Jennifer has worked so hard to bring about,” Bryan said.

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