The Chardon Planning Commission recommended on Monday that City Council make an amendment to the Planning and Zoning Code in regard to temporary election signs that residents place in their yards.
If council agrees to the revisions, then residents no longer will be able to display in their yards political signs that exceed 16 square feet.
“It puts a limit on the size, but not the number, of temporary election signs,” Chardon Councilman Andy Bushman said at the Planning Commission meeting. He added that the initial change came out of Chardon’s Legislative Committee.
Chardon City Council is scheduled to consider the amendment at the Zoom meeting at 6:30 p.m. June 11.