Revitalization board approves sign variance


The Downtown Revitalization Board convened at 6:28 p.m. on Tuesday. The group unanimously approved their prior meeting minutes.

The board then heard a variance request for a sign application at Nail Luxe, 230 Main St., which faces Davis Street. The original application for the sign was submitted for a black and blue sign, but the variance request was for a blue and white sign.

“I’ve seen the sign. It’s already blue and white, isn’t it?” board member Mike Elliot inquired.

Nail Luxe owner Eric Ta stated when he had filled out his forms for the sign, he had mistakenly written “black” instead of “white” because it “just skipped [his] attention.”

“The color scheme inside is blue and white,” Ta said.

“I think it looks fine,” Elliot said.

“It looks really nice,” board member Dr. Robin Boshears agreed.

The board unanimously approved the sign variance. With no further business, the meeting was adjourned at 6:30 p.m.