If Signs Are Banned From the Car Barn Lot, Should They Go Somewhere Else?
The Wenham Historic District Commission has recommended that signs be banned from the car barn lot in the center of town once it becomes home to the War Memorial.
The Wenham Historic District Commission recently recommended that signs be banned from the car barn lot.
Some committee members suggested that signs be banned now, while they all agreed that the "sandwich board" signs that are there now should not be allowed once it becomes home to the War Memorial.
The car barn lot is located in the center of town, at the intersection of Arbor and Main streets.
When the signs are banned, should that be the end of the signs along the road? Or is there somewhere else the signs should go? Let us know in the comments section below. Or vote in our poll.
Some committee members suggetsed that essential town messages, such as the water ban, is well publicized through a townwide Connect-CTY phone call. And others said that website listings can help get out the word on other items.
This week, in addition to the water ban sign, there was a sign advertising the Sunday concerts at Patton Park and sign-ups for a youth flag football league.