Letters: Show some respect, candidates

Last week, several days after the election, I counted five knocked over signs strewn about on public property in Hammond.

Editor, The News:

Last week, several days after the election, I counted five knocked over signs strewn about on public property in Hammond. This was in traveling four blocks.

What does this say of the attitudes of politicians who don’t clean up after themselves?

There are a few other candidates leaving their litter out there. Come on, bylaw officers, do you’re job and rattle some chains.

Thank you, to all the candidates who had their signs down in a day or two. Now let’s have a councillor come forward with a motion to end with the ridiculous practice of signs on public property.

Makes one question the intellect of candidates who think having 10 signs adjacent to their opponent’s nine is going garner respect.

John Johnston

Maple Ridge