County says political signs must go

Marion County’s Code Enforcement Office is reminding all Marion County residents that all political advertisements must be taken down within two weeks after the conclusion of a general election.

As a public service, all political advertisements located within county rights-of-way will be removed and disposed of by Marion County Code Enforcement officers.

Those who fail to take down political signs located on private property will receive violation notices from Marion County Code Enforcement officers and will be brought before the Code Enforcement Board for potential legal action if they choose not to comply.

For information, contact Marion County’s Code Enforcement Office at 352-671-8900 for assistance.

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