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Sign industry, residents get seat on committee

Fargo sign industry leaders will get a long-sought voice on a committee formed to rework the city's sign code. On Monday, the Fargo City Commission appointed six non-voting members. Russ Newman of Newman Signs, Bernie Dardis of Indigo Signworks a...

Fargo sign industry leaders will get a long-sought voice on a committee formed to rework the city's sign code.

On Monday, the Fargo City Commission appointed six non-voting members.

Russ Newman of Newman Signs, Bernie Dardis of Indigo Signworks and Jim Patterson of Sign Shop will represent industry interests. Residents Natasha Neihart, Rebecca Knutson and David Schultz will represent neighborhood interests.

The board is reconvening after a new sign code was repealed by the City Commission in January following an opponents' petition circulated to refer the issue to voters.

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