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Bombarded by Signs

Published Oct. 10, 2018

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Now that elections are drawing nigh and campaign fervor is again rekindled, we are again bombarded by a plethora of roadside campaign signs. Whether due to ignorance or audacity, partisans are often placing these signs on public property.

Many folks are unaware of where private property ends and public property begins. In addition to the obvious public spaces like islands at road intersections, public spaces often include the both the sidewalk and the grass area between the sidewalk and the street.

I call upon homeowners and partisans to respect the neutrality of the public space by refraining from placing campaign signs there, and I call on our public officials and law enforcement officials to either demand that campaign committees remove illegal signs from public spaces or prosecute those that refuse to remove them.

Campaign signs do not belong in public spaces.

Roger Kern

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