It’s bad enough to see all the sign pollution on a day to day basis here in our county, but when Mike Ranalli shoves in the Cameron Park community’s face a complete disregard for the law, a law that he knowingly and willingly violated, I for one think something should be done.
I understand he wants to be a supervisor of District 4. I understand that he is the pro-growth candidate. But if Ranalli cannot even comply with campaign law how are we to believe he can be trusted with doing the right thing with our county’s decisions?
If Ranalli is making this type of decision now, a vote for him would be a vote for continuing the culture of corruption that permeates in this county. Maybe Ranalli has been taking his political lessons from our District 2 supervisor.
Editor’s note — In the unicorporated area of the county Section 5405.3 of the State Outdoor Advetising Act states political signs are to be “placed no sooner than 90 days prior to the scheduled election…”