Citation:

Gulan v. Zoning Hearing Bd. of E. Berlin Borough, 23 A.3d 629 (Pa. Commw. Ct. 2011).

Summary:
Smoker constituted a sign under the zoning ordinance definition.
Case Details:

A smoker/cooker located on the sidewalk in front of a Bar-B-Q restaurant is a sign were the Zoning Ordinance defines “sign” as a “structure, demonstration or display” and the smoker/cooker was placed conspicuously to draw attention to the business.

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