Sound Off

Sound Off: I see all kinds of temporary signs at 23rd and Louisiana on the north side of 23rd. Has the city stopped enforcing the ordinance against temporary signs in the easement?

Megan Gilliland, the city’s communications manager, provided this answer: No, the city still enforces the code and will review the area.


somebodynew 5 years, 8 months ago

That could be a full time job for someone for all the ones I see all over town. It won't do any good unless there is enforcement action (fine) to go with it tho. And that should include political signs (don't care which party).

classclown 5 years, 8 months ago

Can't the LJW just provide the Dial-A-Narc phone number for the city daily in both the print and online editions? That way the rodentia of Lawrence can provide their very valuable service to the community in a timely manner and save the Sound Off space for other othings albeit probably less important.

Leslie Swearingen 5 years, 8 months ago

To me it sounds like one kid telling on the other to the teacher at school. If that is the worst law that is broken today, I can live with that very well.

gccs14r 5 years, 8 months ago

Youl should be grateful for the ordinance. You do not want to live with a portable sign free-for-all.

classclown 5 years, 8 months ago

Seeing as to how the tattler refers to the signs as being temporary, I'm assuming they must be political campaign signs. Furthermore, they must obviously be of the wrong political persuasion in order to be such a sin. Otherwise it would be okay since they are just temporary..

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