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In response to illegal sign article

By From page A4 | April 13, 2012

EDITOR: Friday’s paper ran an article about illegal posting of signs and used a picture of our swim team’s sign in the accompanying photo. Dry Diggins Dolphins swim team is a non-profit organization and we are currently holding registration for our 47th season. We have in the past contacted both the City and County asking if a permit was needed to post a few signs and were told no. We were given the instruction to not obstruct the view of an intersection. The article states differently and we quickly removed our three signs. It was never our intent to offend the community.

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