The proliferation of illegal signs posted on public property continues to plague many ares of NYC. In an effort to deal with the problem the NYC Department of Sanitation (DSNY) has asked community groups and residents to help remove the signs posted on utility poles, signs and other public places. Dubbed Operation Sign Off is an attempt by the City of New York to address the problem. However the Juniper Park Civic Association feels that stiff fines for posting these illegal sings may be the ultimate deterrent. If these posters were tracked down through their phone numbers and fined the practice would ultimately stop, said Robert Holden, president of the JPCA.
Originally published in the June 2012 Juniper Berry Magazine
Illegal Signs multiply, city slow to respond
juniper Berry Staff
Illegal K-Mart sign on Metropolitan Ave.
June 2012 Table of Contents
- AMAZING STORIES: Girl Buried Alive by 2 Tons of Sand
- Cat, Dog, Mouse...and Sponge: how cartoons have changed
- AMAZING STORIES: Police Say They Have Last Laugh on Bandit
- AMAZING STORIES: Bound to Kill Himself
- Interview: HARRY LAMBROS from Harry's Paint & Hardware
- Police Arrest 60 in Raids To Break a Heroin Ring
- Gangdom is Absent at Diamond Burial
- Killy's Korner June/July 2012
- AMAZING STORIES: Racing Car Crashes, Kills Two in Crowd at Track in Queens
- A LONG WAY FROM HOME
- Why can't local politicians make CSX Railroad accountable?
- Rene Herrera ‒ parks regional manager districts 5 & 6
- Millie Cruz – park supervisor district 5
- Let the Races Begin!
- JPCA & Juniors Clean & Paint 57th Ave. Bridge
- Letters to the Editor
- Silver Crest Farms
- JPCA President Robert Holden Honored by Queens Civic Congress
- Juniper Civic Gets City to Pay Attention to Chronic Eyesores
- Silver Barn Farms: A Middle Village Institution
- Captain's Report
- NYC Parks Dept to close last historic Boxing Program
- How Liz Crowley Killed St. Saviour's park and hopes you'll forget about it.
- HOME IS WHERE THE HEART IS
- Can we break the vicious circle?
- City Inspector Targets Cemetery ...Gives Railroads Free Pass
- Lorraine Sciulli Declared Woman of Distinction by New York State
- Remembering Grover Cleveland High School
- Amazing Stories: Mother of 7 Seized as Slayer of Son, 13
- Scrap Metal Thieves are stealing the ground out from under us
- A Bridge Too Old
- Illegal Signs multiply, city slow to respond
- Crackdown on Illegal Sidewalk Parking
The Juniper Berry magazine, first published in 1938 is an all-volunteer effort containing articles on crime prevention, neighborhood issues, meeting reports and notices, neighborhood history and photographs, guest articles, editorials and more.
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