Neighborhood Beautification – Take Down Political Signs Posted on Public Property*
|October 17, 2007||Posted by jamie under Activism|
When starting my walk to work this morning, I had no idea I’d be volunteering some time towards neighborhood beautification.
As I walked up Main Street to work this morning, there were three ugly political signs nailed up on the wooden utility poles. The last thing Rincon Hill needs is divisive political crap trashing up our neighborhood – I’m still trying to get a street light on Main fixed without people repurposing the pole as a political advertisement stand.
I’d like to encourage you to also rip down political signs* that you see hung on public property while you walk around Rincon Hill.
* As SF_Berry graciously reminds us in the comments, we should leave alone those signs posted perfectly legally lest we want to be outlaws and possibly get fined. Read more about what’s legal/legit at the DPW web site.
Please properly dispose of any signs you remove. Our neighborhood needs all the help it can get from those of us who live here to keep it beautiful.
God knows the City only seems to sweep up the sidewalks along the surface parking lots just before the Bay to Breakers event – sorry, I’m still in a foul mood from almost getting killed by a driver this morning. VOTE NO ON H!