Is it legal to put yard sale signs on telephone poles?

108-24B (2) No sign shall be placed, painted, or drawn on utility poles, bridges, culverts, or other road or utility structures or signposts, or on trees, rocks, or other natural features, except that signs not exceeding one square foot posting property boundaries may be placed on trees. No signs shall be placed on municipally owned property without the permission of the Town Board.

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1. Where can I find the town’s zoning rules?
2. What is a Variance?
3. What does a setback mean?
4. Does my property line extend to the road pavement?
5. Why do I have to go to the Hyde Park ZBA to get approval for my project?
6. Is it legal to put yard sale signs on telephone poles?
7. Can I place a shed up to the property line?
8. Does the town enforce deed restrictions?
9. Can I submit a petition to the ZBA?
10. How do I report a zoning violation?