When the lights (don't) go down in the city
Randy Metcalf/The Explorer, Business leaders want the town to extend the hours they can keep signs illuminated, while some residents asked to have a lights-out at 10 p.m. policy upheld. Many pointed to the Oro Valley Marketplace as the impetus for the discussion. Last Wednesday, the Oro Valley Town Council decided to undertake a comprehensive review of the town's sign policy, an issue that has been discussed at recent meetings.

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