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6/12/2013 3:38:00 PM
Williams City Council to consider allowing new Love's Travel Stop to install large sign off I-40
Williams City hall is located at 113 S. First St.
Williams City hall is located at 113 S. First St.
Williams-Grand Canyon News


The Williams City Council will consider allowing the developers of a Love's Travel Stop to install a pole sign 10 feet taller and twice as large as is allowed in the city's signage ordinance during their regular meeting June 13. The meeting begins at 7 p.m. in council chambers at 113 S. First St.

Lazy E, LLC, the owner of the property located just north of I-40 at the Grand Canyon Boulevard exit, plans to build a travel stop that includes fuel pumps, tire repair, a restaurant and mini mart.

Along with the pole sign variance, the owner wants to install a number of other signs larger than city code permits.

The council will also consider whether to allow the owners of Addicted to Route 66, located in the historic district of Williams, to keep a flashing sign that violates current city code.

The council also may decide to recommend that the Arizona Department of Revenue approve a bingo license for the American Legion Cordova Post No. 13 in Williams.






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Reader Comments

Posted: Monday, June 17, 2013
Article comment by: Whodunnit McGee

Don't even care about the sign, but definately looking forward to the Loves. Hopefully it will either bring the highway robbery gas stations next to I-40, as well as the other stations in town down in gas prices, if not they can bet they take a big hit in business.

Posted: Monday, June 17, 2013
Article comment by: no doubt

The problem is that they let McDonalds put up a oversized sign years ago. They have also let Bearzona and Grand Canyon Railway put up billboards ansd signs which were banned at one time. So whats good for those companies is good for others.

Posted: Saturday, June 15, 2013
Article comment by: Xenia Szabo

Vote No!!! You allow one, more will follow. These signs are a blight.



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