Permanent signs including the following are permitted:
A. Public signs erected by or on behalf of a governmental body to post legal notices, identify public property, convey public information, and direct or regulate pedestrian or vehicular traffic,
B. Bus stop signs erected by a public transit company,
C. Informational signs of a public utility regarding its poles, lines, pipes, or facilities
D. Location signs subject to approval of the county engineering division or the California Department of Transportation and
E. Awning, projecting, and suspended signs projecting over a public right-of-way in conformity with the conditions of Tables 18.12A and 18.12B of this title.
(Ord. 92-19 (part), 1992.)