Mayor concerned over excessive signage on the island - 03/14/16 07:51 PM
One of the largest signs, and the one causing much controversy, is a two screen electronic display sign which was recently placed on a property just north of the Sir Barry Bowen Bridge. According to Mayor of San Pedro Town, Daniel Guerrero, he is not too pleased with the amount of signage on the island, but most of the signs are on private property, and little can be done to stop them from going up. “There are laws in regards to putting up signs, but that is mostly for signs being placed on public property. This sign that went up north is on private property, and there is not much we can do about it. If it’s a private property we can’t stop you from doing what you want with it. If they want to put a sign on private property and the owner of the property says go ahead then we can’t interfere. If it was on public property then we have all say whether it will go up or not,” said Guerrero.
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