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February 15, 2014 9:59 AM

How is Kroger getting away with those signs?

Someone please explain to me how Kroger can build a multi-million dollar facility at Shelter Cove and have a $100 wooden sign directing you to the super market? If that is not disgraceful enough, another 150 yards down U.S. 278 there is a sign letting us know the price of gas at the Kroger gas station. The town of Hilton Head has many restrictions on signs, and I am wondering if this is a "Leave the big boys alone" or what?

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