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The city of Arnold welcomes the new business, but not necessarily the billboard signs to go along with it.
Drury Development Corp. is building a six-story hotel with 155 rooms at Highway 141 and Interstate 55 that will be Drury Inn and Suites. The existing Drury Inn will be renovated and become a Pear Tree Inn.
To advertise its business, Drury would like to install two billboard signs, one at 2120 Michigan Ave. and another at 3401 Robinson Road in Arnold. Due to variances that would be required from city code, the signs require conditional use permits.
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