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Planners to let restaurant move its sign

Published 12:00 am Friday, May 23, 2003

The Frankfort-Franklin County Planning Commission on Thursday granted a sign waiver, allowing Fazoli’s restaurant to move a sign from one side of the building to another.

The sign will be moved from the west elevation of the building located in Poplar Creek Plaza to the south elevation. Before the sign can be moved, business owners must meet the specifications of an older development plan, which called for landscaping along the large concrete wall fronting U.S. 127 south.

At the time the development plan was approved for Poplar Creek, planners required business owners to plant ivy or some type of vegetation along the wall. So far, according to Commissioner Lee Waterfield, those specifications have not been met.

The commission decided at Thursday’s meeting if Fazoli’s was one the restaurants for which vegetation was required business owners must meet those specifications before moving their business sign.

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