Monday, June 30, 2014

Oconee County Code Enforcement Decides To Enforce Ordinance For New Signs While Ignoring Ordinance For Old

SR 316 Intersection

The Oconee County Code Enforcement Office issued a sign permit on Friday for two temporary signs on the property being listed for sale at the southeast corner of SR 316 and the Oconee Connector.

In issuing the signs, the Code Enforcement staff noted in the accompanying documents that the signs must be set back 5 feet from the roadway right of way.