Kishwaukee College asks for exemption to electronic sign ban
SYCAMORE – Kishwaukee College could soon welcome visitors and students with the bright lights of a new sign.
DeKalb County Public Hearing Officer Ron Klein gave a favorable recommendation to Kishwaukee College officials Thursday for five new signs, including one primary identification sign that would have electronic, changeable copy on the corner of Malta Road and Route 38.
College officials need an exemption from county code that makes electronic signs illegal. Klein said Kishwaukee College has different circumstances from most agricultural businesses in unincorporated DeKalb County.
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