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Record #: Or2021-150   
Type: Order Status: Passed
Intro date: 6/22/2021 Current Controlling Legislative Body: Committee on Zoning, Landmarks and Building Standards
Final action: 6/25/2021
Title: Issuance of permits for sign(s)/signboard(s) at 3520 S Indiana Ave - 56 sq. ft.
Sponsors: Dowell, Pat
Attachments: 1. Or2021-150.pdf
CITY COUNCIL
COMMITTEE ON ZONING, LANDMARKS, AND BUILDING STANDARDS
COUNCIL ORDER
RE: Approval of sign that changes the zip letter message center segment to a dynamic image display for the sign that is over 100 square feet in area and 24 feet to the top of the freestanding pole sign.
ORDERED, that the City Council hereby approves the following sign application submitted by:
Applicant *: Indiana Avenue Pentecostal Church of God _ _
(* The Applicant is the owner of the real property or the business tenant of the real property. Do not list the sign contractor, sign erector, sign company or advertising entity in the above space.)
This Order approves the following sign in accordance with Municipal Code of Chicago Section 13-20-680:
Address of Sign: 3520 South Indiana Avenue Chicago IL. 606 53
Zoning District: B1-3
DOB Sign Permit Application #: 100908857
Sign Details:
On-premise OR Off-premise
Dynamic image Sign 10 ft. 3 in. Length x Height: 5 ft. 5 in.
Total square feet in area: 56 square feet
Height above grade: 7 feet 0 inches to bottom of sign 12 feet 5 inches to the top of the sign.
Number of sign faces One Back-toBack
Does the proposed sign change a static sign to a dynamic image display sign? Yes (Yes or No) If yes, previous permit number: ES3587625
Docs the proposed sign change or alter the square footage or the height of the sign or sign structure?
Yes (Yes or No)
Elevation (side of building or lot where the sign will be erected): Northeast Comer of the Lot
Projecting over the public way sign . No (Yes or No) If yes, Public Way Use #:
Name of Sign Contractor/Erector: Advanced Sign & Lighting, Inc.

The digital sign; provided, however, that notwithstanding such exemption, shall be subject to the regulations set forth in Title 17, Title 10 and Title 13 that expressly refer to and regulate digital signs and the provisions of the Municipal Code governing the permitting, construction,...

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