I guess everyone sees this from their own perspective Ms. Jennette. I went out one night and put out 25 signs. The next day when I passed through the same corridor, half of them had either been stepped on or picked up and thrown in the ditch nearby.
What I see is the pro-side ran out of legitimate argument a long time ago and has resorted to trying to silence any opposition.
Now as far as disappearing, I haven't seen a reduction in the Yes signs along medians or intersections. I have spoken to quite a few business owners along some of the main corridors to get their permission first before putting out a Vote No sign. As the owner of private property they can remove signs along the right of way that runs across their property. They have all said they disagree with tax increases to support a stadium and they have been picking up the "Yes" signs posted on their property. I imagine that quite a few individual business property owners have been doing the same. They recognize their taxes will go up a whole lot more than the $4.20/month so heralded by Port City Baseball.
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