Political Signs on Public Property
Original post made by Voter, Duveneck/St. Francis, on Feb 1, 2008
As I drive around Palo Alto this week, I see dozens of Democratic candidate political signs in the same "public property" and yet they are not subject to confiscation by Palo Alto code enforcement officers.
Why is there a difference?
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