Opponents of Floyd County’s sign ordinance gathered yesterday for a proposed hearing before the Rome-Floyd County Planning Commission.  However the decision regarding the county’s proposed revisions in their sign ordinance was put off due to a flaw in the way the meeting was advertised. Floyd County’s sign ordinance is too restrictive according to many business owners in the county.  What is presumed to be normal advertising banners and signs advertising goods, services and sales at businesses are considered illegal by Floyd County according to the opponents of the ordinance.  Also, some business owners say that the ordinance is not enforced fairly – targeting small businesses while letting major retailers slide. There will be another meeting held February 19th to review the proposed changes in the sign ordinance line by line.