The "Land Use Bylaw Amendment" signs that are put up to notify the public about proposed changes are uninformative.
Take, for example, the one in the attached photo. This sign is notifying that the bylaw is changing from "DC, S-R" to "DC/S-R". This is incomprehensible to anyone outside of City Hall. You shouldn't need to be a Councilperson to be able to read the sign.
I propose that the city include a "lay language" part of the sign that states in clear English what changes are being proposed. That way, the average person can understand what's going on and provide meaningful feedback to City Hall.