North Mason Chamber
Chamber Monthly Lunch is April 26
Chamber Monthly Luncheon
Wednesday, April 26, 2017
Lunch served at 11:30 - program from 12:00-1pm
Join us for this important luncheon featuring this timely topic --
"Hwy 3: What's on the Horizon? Let's talk about signs"
Co-chairs Dr. Brian Petersen and Kim Johnson will bring us up to date on our North Mason Beautification Project, which includes wayfinding signage, benches, and more that will feature our newly designed logo. What does the new highway construction mean for your business signs? From the Mason County Community Services Department -- David Windom, Director, and Kell McAboy, Planner, will talk about County sign* regulations such as placement, size, banners, signs on trees, etc., as well as compliance.
OUR APPRECIATION TO THIS MONTH'S LUNCHEON SPONSOR --
THANK YOU TO OUR SHOP LOCAL MEDIA SPONSOR --
The intent of the sign regulations is to provide minimum standards to safeguard life, health, property and public welfare by regulating and controlling the size, design, construction, location, electrification and maintenance of all signs and sign structures; to preserve and improve the appearance of the county as a place in which to live and as an attraction to nonresidents who come to visit or trade; to encourage sound signing practices as an aid to business and for public information while preventing excessive and confusing sign displays, aesthetic clutter, destruction of the environment and signs that pose a hazard to the public.
(Ord. No. 134-08, 12-16-2008)