Those “Got Junk?,” “Open Homes” and “garage sale” signs posted on telephone poles and light posts seem to becoming more commonplace in San Jose neighborhoods despite a city ordinance banning them.
The problem? Too many signs and not enough resources to take them down, says Jaime Matthews, code enforcement division manager.
“No signs are allowed on the city’s property or on telephone poles regardless of the message,” Matthews said. After fielding countless complaints about signs in his constituents’ neighborhoods, one city councilman recently decided to take matters into his own hands.
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