Petition Closed

If this bill is allowed to pass which will amend 10-1200, our neighborhoods will be flooded with "bandit signs" which will create blight. These signs are put on utility poles, telephone poles and even trees; you know the ones advertising about junk cars, test streets, we buy your home to name a few.

These signs change a neighborhood by making it look trashy and dirty. We, the citizens of Philadelphia, do not need nor want our communities to turn into illegal billboards.

MAKE THE CITY ENFORCE THE LAW THAT MAKES THESE SIGNS ILLEGAL AND GO AFTER THE PERPETRATORS.

Letter to
City of Philadelphia Council President Darrell Clarke
City of Philadelphia Councilman William Greenlee
City of Philadelphia Councilwoman Blondell Reynolds Brown
and 13 others
City of Philadelphia Councilman David Oh
City of Philadelphia Councilman James F. Kenney
City of Philadelphia Councilman W. Wilson Goode, Jr.
City of Philadelphia Councilman Brian J. O'Neill
City of Philadelphia Councilwoman Marian B. Tasco
City of Philadelphia Councilwoman Cindy Bass
City of Philadelphia Councilwoman Maria D. Quiñones-Sánchez
City of Philadelphia Councilman Bobby Henon
City of Philadelphia Councilman Curtis Jones, Jr.
City of Philadelphia Councilwoman Jannie Blackwell
City of Philadelphia Councilman Kenyatta Johnson
City of Philadelphia Councilman Mark Squilla
City of Philadelphia Councilman Bill Green
I just signed the following petition addressed to: Philadelphia City Council.

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Vote NO on BILL NO. 120017

If this bill is allowed to pass which will amend 10-1200, our neighborhoods will be flooded with "bandit signs" which will create blight. These signs are put on utility poles, telephone poles and even trees; you know the ones advertising about junk cars, test streets, we buy your home to name a few.

These signs change a neighborhood by making it look trashy and dirty. We, the citizens of Philadelphia, do not need nor want our communities to turn into illegal billboards.

Please use your authority to enforce the law by mandating and enforcing the law to remove and fine the violators. By enforcing, the City will enjoy more revenue.
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Sincerely,