STIRLING TIMES: Concerns come to light — City orders removal of powered “for sale” signs

SHOCK n' AWE MARKETING?

Rogue real estate signage continues to cause controversy along the coastal strip. On June 12, the Stirling Times reported on the latest scourge on our verge: guerrilla "illuminated fixed signs".

The newspaper reported that a business has been caught erecting unlawful "for sale" signs on public property along West Coast Drive. For added impact, they then decided to run electrical cables and power 'em up!

"Long electrical cords ran from the signs, across the verge and into the homes," reported journalist Laura Pond.

Seriously, where will it end?

The City of Stirling began an investigation following enquiries from journalists. A city official said the signs identified in the article have since been removed.

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