Apple’s signage dispute with the Germantown Design Review Commission persists after the panel rejected Apple’s proposal to illuminate the retail store logo’s edges yesterday, as noted by MacCentral. Apple desires to use internal illumination to the light its logo, which goes against Germantown ordinances, and earlier this week postponed the opening of the store. Apple may now take the matter with the mayor’s office, or put forth its proposal to light the logos from the exterior with spotlights, a proposal that it previously submitted and then pulled before the commission voted on it.