On June 22 the Department of Public Works served IT&E Overseas Inc. with a notice informing it that six of its signs are in violation of Guam's zoning law and sign regulation. The law states that in commercial zones no exterior signs shall be erected displayed or maintained except for signs indicating the name of a person or the type of business occupying the premises or the name of the building. Individual signs may not cover an area in excess of 10% of the surface of the wall to which they are attached. Timothy M. B. Farrell . . .

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