Sec. 35.1-26.6. Political signs.
A political sign is a temporary sign promoting the candidacy of a person running for a governmental office or promoting a position on an issue to be voted on at a governmental election. Within any district, political signs may be erected on a lot, provided that such sign is erected only upon approval of the property owner. Political signs may not be placed on utility poles, traffic control signs or within the public rights-of-way. Political signs must be removed within three (3) days after the election. The removal of such signs shall be the responsibility of the property owner on whose lot the sign is displayed. (Ord. No. O-04-074, 6-22-04)
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