Minneapolis: Surdyk's new sign would be so big it might pose safety risk

The sign would measure 262 square feet. That’s more than 8 times what the zoning code now allows. Officials say the sign could distract drivers and set a new precedent for businesses that want huge, moving signs.
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The sign would measure 262 square feet. That’s more than 8 times what the zoning code now allows. Officials say the sign could distract drivers and set a new precedent for businesses that want huge, moving signs.

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