Have kept my lips zipped for a remarkable amount of time, but find it frustrating everyone ignores the fact there is such a thing as the Alamo Plaza Historic District. And in this district, sandwich boards are not allowed.
One would think the Daughters of the Republic of Texas, as custodians of the Alamo, would be zealots about complying with the signage codes designed to protect the integrity of the area. But no.
As for the ice cream and sandwich signs on the opposite side of the plaza, code compliance already has notified this business the signs are illegal. City staff leaves, and the signs come spilling right back out onto the building’s facade and sidewalk. Couldn’t they just be confiscated?