§42-353.
Sign Permits
A.
Purpose. Sign Permits are required for the erection, movement, addition to or structural alteration of any
sign not exempt by this Chapter.
B.
Permit Issuance. The Zoning Administrator shall issue the permit. 
C.
Application. 
(1)
Pre-application Conference. None required.
(2)
Application. Each application for a permit shall be filed on a form provided by the Zoning
Administrator. Applications shall additionally include the following: (1) location of the sign on the
lot in relation to the property lines and any existing or proposed signs or structures; (2) sign
structural specifications; and (3) additional information needed to determine if the sign will be
erected in conformance with this Chapter. Applications may be modified by the Zoning
Administrator as necessary, who may require the applicant to supply additional information.
(3)
Review Schedule. None established.
(4)
Fees. Any review fee established by the Commissioners shall be submitted with the application.
D.
Staff Review. The Zoning Administrator shall process and review all applications for a permit. If the
application is found to be incomplete, the Zoning Administrator shall notify the applicant of any
deficiencies. The Zoning Administrator shall approve, approve conditionally or deny the approval of the
application.
E.
Permit Validity. Upon the issuance of a permit, the applicant shall have six (6) months from the date of
issuance thereon to begin erecting the sign. Failure to make construction progress within six (6) months
shall render the permit void. The Zoning Administrator may grant a single extension of this time period of
up to six (6) months upon submittal by the applicant of sufficient justification for the extension.