According to city officials, each campaign is responsible for cleaning up their own signs. Republican and Democratic county leaders tell WTOL-TV that many of their candidates were out Wednesday and Thursday cleaning up their now-old campaign signs.
Sylvania City Councilwoman Katie Cappellini says she went out Wednesday and picked up all of her signs, saying she plans to re-use them for a future campaign. Cappellini says "if I wasn't planning on using them again, I certainly would've recycled them."
Residents are asked to contact individual campaigns if signs are still an issue. The town says campaigns have about 48 hours for clean-up.
Information from: WTOL-TV, http://www.wtol.com
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