WINDERMERE, Fla. - Some Windermere residents say they don't want see big tacky store signs ruining the character of their community.
Before the Shoppes at Windermere went up in 1999, the developer agreed to an ordinance limiting the number and size of the center's signs.
"Motion carries unanimously,"
The developer of the Shoppes at Windermere wants to practically double the size of the existing sign, adding two more store names to it and wants to add a new sign.
"We don't want it to look like another strip mall on Orange Blossom (Trail)," said Bob Horner, president of the Windermere Wylde homeowners association.
"I've been fighting 26
With the decision already made, they are worried time is running out.