(Asheville Citizen-Times) The material wrapped around one of downtown’s biggest ongoing construction projects is against the law. More exactly, it’s the stuff printed on the construction wrap that violates Asheville sign rules. City staff have found pictures and words on the wrap around the City Centre construction fence use more space than two 32-square-foot signs, the amount currently allowed by city rules. Rusty Pulliam, a developer of the $45 million project at the intersection of South Charlotte, College and Valley streets, declined to comment Tuesday on the issue. But city development services director Shannon Tuch said project planners had used up a grace period and would now be fined $100 a day.
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