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Little Falls sign discussion continues

A complaint filed with the city requested that the city should remove the “We Su

No action was taken at the Little Falls Planning Commission meeting Monday, where further discussion surrounded the city’s sign ordinance.

A controversial topic since the Little Falls City Council meeting on Feb. 6 following a request by Robin Hensel to remove a patriotic “We Support Our Troops” banner that had been placed at various businesses for the past 10 years, Monday’s meeting further reviewed the Little Falls sign ordinance.

Hensel had been asked to remove signs in her yard earlier this year because of complaints the city was receiving, prompting Hensel to force a review of all signs including the “We Support Our Troops” banner.

Interim City Administrator Lori Kasella said that discussion at the meeting was productive but concluded with no recommendation to be taken to city council.

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