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Letter to the editor: Karen Phillips: Yard signs communicate

Although yard signs don't vote, they do communicate.
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Although yard signs don't vote, they do communicate.

I've noticed that couple of city council candidates have placed their signs in public right-of-ways, at commercial developments and large multi-family developments; all prominent locations with high visibility.

Signs in public right-of-ways are prohibited according to Longmont City Code — communicating the candidate's flagrant disregard of following the rules. Signs at developments communicate where that candidate's allegiances is. Who knew yard signs could speak so clearly?  

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