Council allows political signage, discusses signs limiting parking
By Carla Noah Stutsman
Newly-passed state legislation prompted the Azle city council to amend the portion of its sign ordinance that pertains to political signs when the council met Tuesday, Oct. 15.
Texas House Bill 259, signed into law June 14 and effective immediately, addresses electioneering, including political signs, outside a 100-foot perimeter of the entrance to a polling site (as defined in the Texas Election Code) during early voting and regular voting.
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