Monterey Park delays requiring some 'modern Latin' letters on signs
A storefront is seen in Garfield Lincoln Plaza on Thursday, August 8, 2013 in Monterey Park, California. Facing what one council member called a "whirlwind of anger and confusion," the Monterey Park City Council voted unanimously to delay action on a code amendment that would have required commercial storefront signs to display at least some "modern Latin" lettering. The old code, which required English letters or language on storefront signs, was removed earlier this year during a general revision of aging laws because of fears it could be unconstitutional. (Photo by Ringo Chiu/PHOTOFORMULA.com)
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