In the next few weeks, the village will begin identifying five village-owned properties where candidates can place campaign signs two weeks prior to an election, similar to a policy already in place in Wellington.
“It irritates me that people just throw their signs up without asking permission,” said Councilman David Swift, referring to what he said took place during the March election. “People just threw (signs) in the ground and asked questions later.”
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