Cranberry’s zoning ordinance, which regulates the size of commercial signs, does not regulate them proportionately. As a result, both a 15,000 square foot building and a 100,000 structure qualify for the same 50 square foot free-standing or 200 square foot building-mounted sign size. At their February 26 meeting, Cranberry’s Board of Supervisors voted to consider adopting a revision to the ordinance regulating one- and two-tenant office building signage which would better match the scale of signs on non-retail commercial buildings with the scale of the structures they attach to, much as the Township’s recently revised retail sign requirements changed the formula for stores. Under the revised rules, which will be considered for final adoption on March 6, an 80,000 square foot building housing two commercial tenants would be able to mount two 300 square foot signs; a 50,000 square foot building could have 500, and so on. For details, contact Community Development Director Ron Henshaw at email@example.com.