Mayor hopes revisions will make guidelines more ‘business friendly’


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GREENFIELD — City officials are proposing new measures to relax the city’s strict sign standards.

At the request of Mayor Dick Pasco, a committee of city officials and private business owners picked over the sign ordinance to look at changes that could make it more “business friendly.”

Relaxing the ordinance, which was overhauled just two years ago, was one of Pasco’s first initiatives after taking office in January.

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