Governor McCrory’s Office Sends Order to Remove Citizens’ No Rezoning Signs

Governor McCrory’s office has a problem with citizens’ No Rezoning signs protesting the rezoning of Dunn and Falls of Neuse. Apparently his office agrees with a complaint that the signs can be confused with official traffic direction signs. We received email from John Broome from the Governor’s office along with an order from NCDOT to take down the signs on Falls of Neuse Rd.

As Mr. Broome writes, “Attached is a PDF that NCDOT passed along which contains a copy of the General Statutes along with pictures of highway signs that look similar to the signs that were removed. Let me know if anyone has any further questions.”

The General Statute prohibits signs that could be confused with traffic direction signs. Here is our sign and a few traffic direction signs. You be the judge. Are you confused by the No Rezoning sign? Can you tell the difference between No Hitchhiking and No U-Turn?


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