Battle Continues Over Sign at N.Y. Self-Storage Facility

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A battle over the size and placement of a self-storage sign continues to rage in a small town in New York.

A sign located on property owned by Charles W. Redmond on which he operates Red Mountain Storage and an office for a real estate business has come under fire in Chestertown, N.Y. The size of the sign, located on the town’s main street, may not conform to the town’s zoning law. The issue of the sign—both size and placement—has been ongoing since 2001.

Source: North County Gazette,  The Mystical, Magical Sign Of Red Mountain 

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