A public hearing was held by Wildwood's Planning and Zoning commissioners on Dec. 17 regarding the request from Llywelyn's Pub managers to erect four different business signs for their upcoming restaurant at 2490 Taylor Road. The hearing was conducted at Wildwood City Hall.
Brett Bennett, Llywelyn's proprietor, requested modifications to the city's C-8 Planned Commercial District No. 1001, which authorizes only two signs on buildings for businesses.
Bennett also wanted to erect signs facing the east side of Taylor Road and the north side of Manchester Road.
As stated in the notification of this public hearing, the proposed size, height and mounting details of the additional signs did not meet the requirements of the underlying sign regulations of the city's zoning ordinance.
Wildwood director of planning and parks Joe Vujnich said the commissioners approved amending a city ordinance to allow for a total of four signs for Llywelyn's.
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The restaurant was most recently slated to open in February.