Residents and business owners will have to wait a while longer to see whether they'll be allowed to advertise their businesses along the freeway in Elk Grove.
for a change in city law that would allow more businesses to build freeway signs. Currently, only those with property adjacent to the freeway can build freeway monument signs.
The Elk Grove Planning Commission was scheduled Thursday to discuss exactly who should be allowed to build such signs under a new ordinance, but the item has been pushed back to an unknown date.
City spokeswoman Christine Brainerd said the discussion was delayed "to allow coordination with Caltrans to ensure that the proposed amendments don’t conflict with their regulations."
The planning commission was scheduled to discuss the idea of creating "overlay zoning districts"–areas near the city's freeway interchanges where any business would be allowed to build a sign along the freeway.
The issue first came forward when .
Elk Grove's current sign ordinance was drafted by residents in 2006.