During a tour in March 2015, Katie Banister, right, Alfredo Castillo and Sarah Wood from the Atascadero planning department discuss signs that are in violation of the city ordinance like this banner, left, on El Camino Real. The trio were out contacting businesses with temporary signage that was in violation in hopes of helping bring them into compliance.
During a tour in March 2015, Katie Banister, right, Alfredo Castillo and Sarah Wood from the Atascadero planning department discuss signs that are in violation of the city ordinance like this banner, left, on El Camino Real. The trio were out contacting businesses with temporary signage that was in violation in hopes of helping bring them into compliance. Joe Johnston jjohnston@thetribunenews.com
During a tour in March 2015, Katie Banister, right, Alfredo Castillo and Sarah Wood from the Atascadero planning department discuss signs that are in violation of the city ordinance like this banner, left, on El Camino Real. The trio were out contacting businesses with temporary signage that was in violation in hopes of helping bring them into compliance. Joe Johnston jjohnston@thetribunenews.com

Proposed sign ordinance will be good for Atascadero

September 26, 2016 03:11 PM

UPDATED September 26, 2016 07:38 PM

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Lon Allan has lived in Atascadero for nearly five decades, and his column is published every week. Reach him at 805-466-8529 or leallan@tcsn.net .