A visit from the city inspector
You recently published a letter I had written concerning the inequality of the removal of signs advertising carport sales while the politicians’ signs remain without question wherever they place them.
Well, it was payback time. For the first time in 45 years in business, with over 30 of these in New Albany, a person representing the city came to my office to “inspect” my property used in business for tax purposes.
I had also sent a letter to the mayor and aldermen suggesting that anyone placing a campaign or carport sale sign be required to purchase a sticker to go on the sign and the revenue from that be used to support youth programs for Union County.
There was no response on this except for the visit from the city. Coincidence? Let your readers make the call.
Gary D. Weathers
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- Bogue signs with Blue Mountain College softball
- Memorial Day to affect operating hours, service schedules
- Police continue drug fight with series of arrests
- Winners in the 2016 Mississippi Bluegrass Championships at the Down From the Hills Heritage Music festival
- Library’s annual summer reading program for children begins June 2