The sign must have a minimum display area of 50 square feet. Larger signs may be used for large developments or where visibility is a problem.
The sign shall have the following components:
a) Town identification;
b) The words "Public Notice" in bold lettering;
c) The words "Proposed Subdivision" and the name, if any, of the subdivision;
d) A subdivision map, coloured and drawn to show subdivision pattern, proposed land uses, road- ways, pedestrian ways, prominent natural features;
e) A legend and an arrow indicating the north direction;
f) At the bottom of the sign, the following must be included:
"This proposed plan of subdivision has been submitted to the Town of Fort Erie for approval. A public meeting will be held. Persons wishing to comment OR TO MAKE FURTHER INQUIRIES should write or phone the Town of Fort Community and Development Services Department, 1 Municipal Centre Drive, Fort Erie, Ontario, L2A 2S6 or telephone 905-871-1600 or by facsimile at 905-871-6411. Written replies are encouraged.
NOTE: The Planning Act provides for the referral of subdivision plans by individuals to the Ontario Municipal Board only if such comments/concerns are received prior to Council's decision."
The sign must be dated prominently. The date to be used should be on or about the date of posting. Revised signs must include a revision date.