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BLACK RIVER — Following an Oct. 7 public hearing at which no one from the public commented, the village Board of Trustees approved an amendment to the local law to allow temporary portable freestanding signs.

According to the amendment, one temporary freestanding sign, with an area of 32 square feet, is allowed per property in non-residential zones for a period no longer than six months and is not counted in the total square footage of permanent signage allowed on the site.

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