First of all, thanks, DenverShark, for your support. Thanks, also, to the guy who removed the continuing spam on Cherry Creek Drive North here in Denver last week, from Colorado Boulevard to the Mall. Those "Monroe Point" signs keep on coming back. I again removed all 6 of them today.
The problem with those "Live in Art" signs is back along Speer Boulevard (southbound lanes) between Clarkson and Downing Streets.
Yesterday there were at least TWENTY of the signs in those few blocks.
Can anyone assist? I will try to take away a few today, but I can't get 'em all. They are only there on weekends.
How do you guys feel about removing signs along a busy right-of-way? It makes me a little nervous about being seen.
#2. "RE: Sign Removal This Morning" In response to Reply # 0
> >How do you guys feel about removing signs along a busy >right-of-way? It makes me a little nervous about being seen. > I choose the time that is convenient and safe. Daytime is better for avoiding confrontations with spammers and visibility of holes in the ground and other surprises. The main downside of daytime is heavy traffic and finding a safe place to park. In Texas, heat is another downside of daytime. I generally choose late night because the lighter traffic and ease of parking means I can collect far more spam per hour.
When it comes to busy highways, my first concern is finding a safe place to stop and a safe way to get to the sign. Sometimes you just have to leave a sign standing and wait for another day.