Log on to the Washington Post (or buy a copy): http://www.washingtonpost.com/ and go to the Metro section and read Marc Fisher’s article today. I will make a pdf at work and send a copy.
Everyone has his opinion that is what makes life interesting. However again he failed to mention the full story, that others remove these signs and permission was given for me to remove them from many properties. AND all of the signs were illegal in one form or the other!
Please take the time to write the Post and fill them in on some of the missing details, if possible at noon today join him at http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/content/liveonline/ and monitor the conversation. I will be unable to attend because I will be at work. Let me know what happens.
You can also log on and post comments. As of 0745 it is 3 to 1 against the signs. Please do your part and post a positive comment today.
#1. "RE: Wasington Post - Marc Fisher- article today" In response to Reply # 0
I think this approach will keep you lawful.
I would print up stacks of ugly litter stickers, then pass them out to people to place on signs every Saturday and Sunday mornings. Don't de-face or damage the sign. Stickers should leave a little glue and paper behind when torn off. This can be removed with elbow grease and warm water.
Show up all public events and hand them out on the sidewalk. Include instructions on how to get additional stickers. Recruit other people to hand out the stickers or hire a kid for $5 to do it; then supervise them.
I would also write a letter to the city council, requesting a change in the laws if needed.