It’s now a month past Election Day, and it’s time for the political signs to disappear.
This afternoon I noticed a large Bianchi sign still up on Donovan alongside the Woodstock Food Mart on Route 47. A little farther south there were several Jack Franks signs and some Regna signs.
What will it take to get the City to remove these signs? Should they have been removed right after Election Day? Or perhaps, generously, within a week after Election Day?
A month is too long. When Lou or Jack or Dan is driving around, he ought to be pulling his signs. Or calling on his election committee to pull the signs.
And if he doesn’t? Code Enforcement could always pull the signs and send a $25.00 letter to the candidate for each sign removed.