Apparently all the problems have been solved!
I mean, that must be the case if local leaders are focusing on this.
Fast-food menu signs are not currently regulated by the city, so right now, restaurants can make them as large as they want. A public hearing to discuss changes will be held Tuesday at the Oklahoma City city council meeting.
You say ‘not currently regulated’ like it’s a bad thing. Big flashy signs might distract someone from their current text. They’ll be powerless against the Mac Attack!
Generally speaking, drive-thru menu signs are in the back. You know, in the drive-thru. Back there where customers who have already decided they’d like some calorie laden convenience can place their order. Fast-food chains use other means to get you thinking Arby’s while you are driving down the road.