#1. "RE: Seminole County action" In response to Reply # 0
Great news. Public events can make a big differenc e in letting people know they are illegal and should be removed. As you say, some high profile citations and fines are what is needed to prevent widespread future spamming.
I'd encourage you to consider writing a letter to the editor(s) of local papers to keep it in the public consciousness and suggest a clean start deserves a firm enforcement followup with prosceution.
SEMINOLE COUNTY -- About 50 code-enforcement officers and volunteers collected more than 2,500 illegal signs in Seminole County during a five-hour push to remove the signs from roadsides and utility poles.
The signs were enough to fill a large dump truck, said Steve Olson, spokesman for the Seminole County Sheriff's Department.