Re: New south-end business asking for sign allowance, news, Oct. 3
Of course they should have separate signs. Here we have two distinct buildings, two completely unrelated types of business; one a restaurant and one an automotive service business.
We future patrons don’t really care who the landlord is or whether it was previously one property or two.
This is not a mall flagged by a single sign where many shop owners may have their business name included on that sign. In this case, why should the fact that they are both building on a common property owned by a third party have anything to do with their signs. Petty.
Sometimes common sense could prevail.