Political signs to disappear soon

June 19, 2014

Take a spin almost anywhere in Oconee and chances are you’ll still see several roadside political signs—nine days after the primary election. And many of them are signs for candidates who’ve either won election or who have lost and do not figure in next week’s runoff elections. 96.3/WGOG NEWS has learned that those signs are about to disappear. Those who are not collected by the candidates and their supporters are likely to be seized within the next two weeks as the DOT steps up grass-cutting.

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