Committee votes down proposed $250,000 Carytown sign

The unpopular sign fails to clear a necessary hurdle.

The Urban Design Committee today unanimously voted down a proposed Carytown sign measuring 11’ tall and 24’ wide and would have cost roughly $250,000.

Graham Moomaw of the Richmond Times-Dispatch reported the committee’s rejection. According to Moomaw, if the City Planning Commission also nixes the sign, the proposed design will be withdrawn from further consideration.

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Nathan Cushing

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