They complained the city's sign regulations hurt business. The city has since vowed to look at the ordinance.
Dan Dilegge, owner of Dilegge's, calls today's meeting "very productive." He says they spent most of the time discussing temporary signs.
"That the ordinance needs to be less restrictive," said Dilegge, "more user friendly and people need to know how to think outside of the box."
The committee's next meeting is December 18. They hope to draft an ordinance for the council to vote on sometime next year.