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MILLCREEK, Utah — As development continues at Millcreek Frequent, the controversy intensifies over proposed digital billboards.
The concept is to switch 4 static billboards with three new full-sized digital billboards.
An settlement with Reagan Outside Promoting would require amendments to town’s billboard ordinance and the event’s grasp plan.
Assistant metropolis supervisor Mike Winder says this proposal will cut back the variety of billboards within the metropolis and take away a billboard within the development path of Millcreek Sq..
However metropolis council candidate Angel Vice says residents made it clear way back, they don’t need these shiny lights.
“This metropolis is simply 5 years previous and as we constructed this metropolis the group overwhelmingly agreed to not have digital billboards. Now that they’re altering one thing we labored so arduous on, it’s irritating,” stated Vice.
“Individuals are involved about billboards in Millcreek, however as they take the time to grasp the proposal, the vast majority of folks really feel like this can be a nice step in lowering the general variety of billboards in our metropolis,” stated Assistant Metropolis Supervisor Mike Winder.
The planning fee remains to be engaged on a suggestion, which they are saying is a tough scenario as a result of town is the applicant.
Fee members requested unbiased authorized counsel however had been denied.
Winder says they may have the primary learn on Oct. 11 on the subsequent metropolis council assembly, with a remaining vote anticipated on Oct. 25.
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