Board OKs warehouse sign

November 25, 1992

The Carroll Board of Zoning Appeals gave Hampstead developer Martin K.P. Hill permission yesterday to keep a sign for his Greenmount mini-warehouse business that does not meet setback requirements.

"To have a sign that complies with the ordinance is physically impossible," Mr. Hill said at a 15-minute hearing at the County Office Building.

To comply with the 50-foot set back requirement, Mr. Hill said he would have to post the Lizzie's Lockers sign inside the fence surrounding the business on Route 30.

The sign is attractive and does not impede traffic, board chairman William Law said.

The three-member board voted unanimously to approve the sign.

Lizzie's Lockers opened in August and will have about 190 units when the second phase of the project is completed.

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