Advice on a future appeal.

I'm hoping to appeal this rejected Wayspot:

This is a permanent, cast-iron directional sign/trail marker for a nature trail and it was rejected for being "temporary or seasonal", which is incorrect given that it's been here for as long as I can remember and it certainly shows its age. I felt I was descriptive enough in its name as well, but I'm not sure what may fall under "Other Rejection Criteria" so I hoped to ask for any advice on this one, if it's something I shouldn't have a problem with appealing, or if there is a genuine reason this kind of sign shouldn't be allowed as a Wayspot? I went through the criteria again and couldn't see anything specifically against signs such as these. Thank you!


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