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April 23, 2016


Sound fascinating Brian. If I were there I would have asked him about the effect of allowing unlimited tacky signs in the public right of way. It bums me out, as you know. Keizer has begun to enforce their signs in the ROW ordinance and I was on River Road the other day and the difference between it and Salem arterials like S. Commercial and Mission is really striking. It looks neat and orderly up there, not slovenly and low class. To me it communicates pride in your city. I hate to see Keizer outclass Salem. Oh well, I have hope for the new City Council next year to do something about Salem's signs in the ROW epidemic.

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