Last night, the Twentynine Palms Planning Commission met to discuss the City’s sign code, largely excluding the public who were specially requested to attend. The meeting was billed as an opportunity for the Planning Commissioners to review the city’s sign code and make any necessary changes. Even though the public had been invited to come and give their input, the meeting was mainly just a lengthy discussion between the Planning Commissioners. The discussion was very tedious and focused mainly on the details of certain chapters of the sign code. Even though many citizens made comments and requests, such as how the lack of signs makes businesses look abandoned, or the request to make “A-Frame” signs legal, no major action was taken on any section of the sign code. Many other items of interest to the citizens attending, such as pedestrian signs, off-site signs, and projection signs, were tabled and will be brought up at later meetings.