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New Public Notice Signs Will Grab Your Attention

By Alyssa Schnugg
News Editor

Residents will no longer have to squint their eyes to read the small signs once used by the city to let neighbors know when a property owner has applied for a permit of some kind.

The Oxford Planning Department has created new Public Notice signs that are bigger, brighter and modern.

The new signs have a large letter for the type of action they are seeking from the city. For example, D is for demolition permits; E is for special exceptions and F is for final subdivision plat approval.

“We utilize a vibrant color scheme to draw attention to the sign and included some basic information on the sign for interested citizens to generally understand the nature of the request,” said Planning Director Ben Requet.

The signs also include a QR Code that will guide people to the landing page for each specific meeting where they can find case information.

The camera on any iPhone using iOS 11 or later and most later model Android phones can be used as a QR code reader. There are also several free QR code reader apps available for download.

The new Public Notice signs will be used for the Courthouse Square Historic Preservation Commission, the Planning Commission and the Historic Preservation Commission.

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