>To whomever is cleaning South Aurora and South Denver. > >My wife and I are always noticing signs with numbers cut out. >Saw a CAUSS notice stuck to a freestanding sign at I-225 >northbound off-ramp at 6th Ave. Guy in truck behind us was >reading it! >
Glad to see that a) the street spam is being dealt with and b) that people are reading CAUSS stickers that someone put up on illegal signs.
Please (everyone), do your part to clean up your corners!
As for what to do with used coroplast, it is too difficult to recycle - the Texas folks checked into that a few years ago. Search the forum for 'recycle coroplast'.
#3. "RE: Quick Stop Sign Removal" In response to Reply # 2
I think the best approach at an intersection or highway off-ramp is that if you see illegal signs, pull over to the right side, switch on the flashers, and carefully get out and remove them. You will typically miss one light cycle, which is not too bad in the scheme of things.
When I am driving, as soon as I see a sign, I grab it and then stay in the right lane from that point on - because I am probably on a spammer's route.
Let me echo "The Cleaner", I have seen slashed signs in NW Denver since last summer and apparently it is catching on. I always completely remove the signs, however the slashed ones remain to inform drivers that someone is doing something about the problem. It is especially important as spring approaches, because Denver has such nicely landscaped roadsides (Arvada and Westminster anyway) that ugly signs really detract from the view.