Florida election candidates urged to pick up campaign signs

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It’s time to say goodbye to campaign signs posted in central Florida. Now that the primary is over, candidates and their supporters have 30 days to collect what they posted. It’s according to the state code. In the city of Kissimmee, Mark Vazquez with Code Enforcement, says his team has already picked up signs placed where they weren’t supposed to be. After 30 days, they will work to pick up what is left. “Unfortunately, my staff are in charge of picking up these signs. Sometimes we get a lot of them depending on the election. So we’ll take them down, confiscate them if you want, put them in a centralized place in the city, keep them for a while. , then if the candidate wants, they can come back and pick them up. The city will charge to get those signs back to them, but if not, the city will take them down ourselves,” Vazquez said. signs could be found,” said Mark Pino of Osceola County. Signs within Osceola County lines also have 30 days to be removed. Officials there say that while they don’t have a designated areas where candidates can throw them, they could take them to Road and Bridge.”The road and the bridge have a place for them, so if they wanted to, they could take them there,” Pino said. officials are simply asking if panels are safely disposed of.

It’s time to say goodbye to campaign signs posted in central Florida.

Now that the primary is over, candidates and their supporters have 30 days to get back what they posted. It’s according to the state code.

In the city of Kissimmee, Code Enforcement’s Mark Vazquez says his team has already recovered signs that were placed where they weren’t supposed to be.

After 30 days, they will work to pick up what is left.

“Unfortunately, my staff are in charge of picking up these signs. Sometimes we get a lot of them depending on the election. So we’ll take them down, confiscate them if you want, put them in a centralized place in the city, keep them for a while. , then if the contestant wants, they can come back and pick them up. The city will charge to get those signs back to them, but if not, the city will take them down ourselves,” Vazquez said.

“Our staff will let them know where these signs might be,” Osceola County’s Mark Pino said.

Signs within the Osceola County lines also have 30 days to be removed.

Officials there say that while they don’t have designated areas where candidates can dump them, they could take them to Road and Bridge.

“The road and the bridge have a place for them, so if they wanted to, they could take them there,” Pino said.

Otherwise, officials simply ask if the signs are safely disposed of.

Related: Where to Recycle Your Campaign Signs in Orlando

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