(a) Any sign otherwise prohibited by this chapter may be allowed by the government by the issuance of a special sign permit, for which a fee of $2 must be charged.
(b) In the issuance of such special sign permits, the following guidelines shall be considered:
(1) whether the proposed sign would in any way interfere with or detract from the natural beauty and attractiveness of American Samoa;
(2) whether the purpose sought to be served could also be served by a sign which would be permissible under 26.0502;
(3) whether the proposed sign would in any way interfere with traffic or pose a safety hazard.
(c) Special sign permits are not to be issued indiscriminately, but only when the need for them is shown and the purpose to be served is a worthy one.History: 1965, PL, 9-10.