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Raleigh Leaders Approve Plan To Allow Larger Signs On High-Rises

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RALEIGH, N.C. — Changes to downtown Raleigh mean new rules are on the way.

The City Council approved a plan to allow larger signs on high rises that exceed 200 feet.

The signs cannot be bigger than 750 square feet, which is more than double the current limit.

Most council members think companies investing in downtown places should be able to display the name of their business so everyone can see it.

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