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Fallbrook's sign police strikes again

As it it’s not difficult enough for many of us to earn a living here, another obstacle has been thrown in our face.

There has been an individual(s) going through our community deciding what signs stay and what signs go. The casualties are small businesses and charities.

Some self-appointed vigilante(s) complains to the County about banners being displayed. This is not a joke.

I have contacted the County’s code enforcement officer, Tom Causey, about this issue.

He told me the County does not take any action unless they receive a citizen’s complaint and would not say who the vigilante was.

Are these complaints coming from Fallbrook’s Design and Review Committee?

I encourage business owners to stand up to these anti-business and anti-sign people.

It is my intent to expose those who are out to thwart the efforts of small businesses trying to survive.

If you have information on this, I welcome your email at: [email protected].

Lloyd Reighley

Rainbow Signs

 

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