What happened to Needle Dick's sign?
The shop's owner, James Fedele, said the sign originally above the store needed to go because it was about four times bigger than what was allowed.
Fedele and others tried bargaining with city officials, but they apparently wouldn't budge from their stance.
"The sign doesn't fall into the codes," Fedele said. "We're a little upset about it, but we had to take it down. The fact of the matter is it was four times too big."