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The Town of Arlington Recreation Department, 422 Summer St., filed on Feb. 13 a petition seeking permission to construct an advertising sign at 422 Summer St. - Block  Plan No. 081.0-0005-001.B. The petition would require a special permit under Section 7.09 (Special Permits / Signs) of the Zoning Bylaw for the Town of Arlington.

A hearing on the petition was set for the second-floor conference in the Town Hall annex (entrance through the side door). 730 Mass. Ave., on Tuesday, April 8, at 7:45 p.m., but was postponed.

Joseph Connelly, director of recreation, wrote April 9 that the issue has "nothing to do with a sign for the rink. It was a blanket policy to manage the hanging of temporary banners making the public aware of certain events such as shoot for the cure, pop warner registration, police and fire game, etc.

"They postponed discussion on the issue, and no decision was made."

DOCKET NO.  3467

Earlier infromation provided by Pamela Heidell, chair, Zoning Board of Appeals.

This notice was published Monday, April 7, 2014, and updated April 9.