In a protest, the city of San Francisco says they have visited the central command of the organization previously known as Twitter two times since Friday with respect to the new blazing “X” sign on top of the structure.

A notice of violation (NOV) was issued, according to the complaint, for installing the new sign on the building housing the social media platform’s headquarters without a permit.

Proprietor Elon Musk rebranded Twitter and its notorious bird logo as X last week, as CNN recently revealed. He tweeted video of the structure with the new glimmering “X” logo on Saturday saying, “Our HQ in San Francisco this evening.”

“NOV issued for work that did not have a permit. MH visited the site and spoke with representatives of Tweeter and the Building Maintenance Engineer. I made sense of Offered’s objection examination process and mentioned admittance to rooftop region. Tweeter (sic) delegate decline to give access however made sense of that the design is an impermanent lit sign for an occasion. I cleared up for all delegates that the NOV requires the construction to be eliminate with a structure license or sanction,” the grumbling peruses.

The protest additionally noticed that on Saturday one more endeavor was made to get to the rooftop but at the same time was denied.

The Washington Post reported that a spokesperson for the city’s Department of Building Inspection, Patrick Hannan, stated that the city requires a permit to approve new letters or symbols on a sign “to ensure consistency with the historic nature of the building and to ensure the new additions are safely attached to the sign.”

For comment, CNN has contacted X and the City of San Francisco.

The city’s website says that a notice of violation can cost money, like money for a permit and an investigation. It obscure charges X could confront.

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