A new frozen yogurt shop's new sign is on order, following issues raised by Building Commissioner Tin Htway.
"We're just waiting for them to make the sign now," Fruitti Cup owner James Ta said at the South Street shop.
"Everything's good. We should have a sign within a few weeks."
Htway had directed Ta to remove his sign from his shop, which opened in late June, or risk being closed. Htway noted the sign violated the standards for the historic district.
Ta "has voluntarily removed the unpermitted sign and has applied for a new sign which has been approved by the historical commission for color and design," Htway said Sunday.
"This department has not issued a permit for the new sign as of this date."