Comments for: Town of Falmouth, former U.S. Senate candidate resolve controversial dispute over business sign

Posted Jan. 29, 2013, at 4:11 p.m.

FALMOUTH | It took six months of negotiations and sometimes acrimonious debate, but the Town Council on Monday unanimously approved an agreement that allows a Route 1 business sign to stay put without any changes. Councilors voted 6-0 for the consent agreement with TideSmart Global. Councilor Tony Payne recused …

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