Letters to the Editor

Posted notices should only be temporary

Posters, notices and requests on poles often line our streets and do serve a purpose. My husband took note of a telephone number about a lost dog and when he got home, called about the dog. He was aware of a dog running loose and appearing to look for a family so wanted to give the information to the phone number posted.

However, his information was not needed. the dog had been found and returned to his home. As I said, notices have a history of being a service to any community, however it is thoughtful to remove the notice when it is no longer relevant.

These signs do take away from the ambience of an area.

D. Hardy

Agassiz

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