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Come to think of it I have never spotted a talking house sign nor any kind of public notice of a low power radio station.
Nate Crime has me thinking about whether a city would outlaw radio signs. What would be their reason? I’m just thinking that it seems to me cities would want to promote healthy real estate activity, but cities can be surprising with some of the laws they come up with.
Years ago when I applied for an occupancy permit in a city there was the question “Will you be doing anything other than living in the house?”
I checked “No,” because the only thing other than “living in a house” is “not living in a house,” but I got in trouble when they found out I had a home recording business. Apparantly business in a house is not living in a house, although I was alive at the time.
Still, I don’t think I’ll put out a “NOT FOR SALE RADIO 1670 AM” sign.