2013 Maryland Code
§ 8-730 - Signs for which permit may not be issued
The Administration may not issue a permit for any outdoor sign along or near any federal-aid primary highway, if the sign:
(1) Imitates or resembles any official traffic sign, signal, or device;
(2) Is erected or maintained on any tree or painted or drawn on any rock or other natural feature;
(3) Is erected or maintained in a way that:
(i) Obscures or otherwise interferes with the effectiveness of an official traffic sign, signal, or device; or
(ii) Obstructs or interferes with a driver’s view of approaching, merging, or intersecting traffic;
(4) Is located within 250 feet of any public park, public forest, playground, or cemetery that is adjacent to a federal-aid primary highway; or
(5) Is along or near a scenic byway located on the federal-aid primary highway.
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