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City of Prescott ends COVID-related moratorium on enforcement of temporary sign code

In this April 2020 file photo, Rosa’s Pizzeria in downtown Prescott put up signs that reserve parking spaces for curbside pickups, as well as a banner that alerted customers to the takeout and curbside services currently being offered. The City of Prescott on Tuesday, April 6, 2021, announced that it is rescinding its sign code moratorium April 15.  (Cindy Barks/Courier, file)

In this April 2020 file photo, Rosa’s Pizzeria in downtown Prescott put up signs that reserve parking spaces for curbside pickups, as well as a banner that alerted customers to the takeout and curbside services currently being offered. The City of Prescott on Tuesday, April 6, 2021, announced that it is rescinding its sign code moratorium April 15. (Cindy Barks/Courier, file)

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