Mobile, Ala., council puts off digital-sign vote to seek compromise

05/15/2013 | AL.com (Alabama) · AL.com (Alabama)

The city council in Mobile, Ala., postponed a vote on new digital sign regulations in the hopes of coming to a compromise on proposed rules. The rules prohibit digital signs on two-lane roads, and one councilman said that would unfairly affect the city's minority-owned businesses. "The citizens have nothing to do with it being a two-lane road. We are telling those people, 'No digital signs for you,'" said councilman Fred Richardson.

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