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Ordinance bans election signs until 60 days before elections

The city of Mitchell is reminding everyone that signs for candidates and ballot measures may not be displayed more than 60 calendar days in advance of election. The next election is Nov. 6, and signs must be removed 10 days after the election.

The city of Mitchell is reminding everyone that signs for candidates and ballot measures may not be displayed more than 60 calendar days in advance of election. The next election is Nov. 6, and signs must be removed 10 days after the election.

A public service announcement was sent by the city to remind campaigns, candidates, individuals involved in ballot issues and property owners of this ordinance.

Signs cannot be located on public property, light poles, and within the public right-of-way.

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