vnews.com 21 Sep, 2020 03:15 am

Lebanon, ConvenientMD compromise on signs for urgent care facility

WEST LEBANON — A year-long dispute between ConvenientMD and city officials over the size and number of signs along Route 12A recently ended in a compromise the urgent care company says will facilitate its move to a new location in West Lebanon.The...

However, those signs will only make up a fraction of the 514 square feet the Plymouth, N.The company will instead be allowed 300 square feet with its largest sign, a 150-square-foot advertisement designed to stand out to passing motorists on Interstate 89, attached to a new “turret” that will be constructed at the entrance.Under Lebanon’s zoning ordinance, a property is allowed to have 96 square feet of sign area but existing tenants already used up that allocation.Signs for Citizen’s Bank and AT&T, which are grandfathered, account for 278 square feet along the commercial property’s exterior.

But it reapplied early last month asking for 480 square feet of signage.The Lebanon Zoning Board voted unanimously earlier this month to allow ConvenientMD to erect three signs on its proposed new home — the former D’Angelo Grilled Sandwiches shop.

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