When someone who helped add an election sign component to the state litter ordinance files for public office, they receive a handout about compliance with the state litter ordinance. That’s a good feeling!
When someone who chaired Cary’s Appearance Commission and helped update the Cary Sign Ordinance runs for elective office, there are sure to be some pangs of conscience when it comes time to order yard signs. That’s not a good feeling!
So what’s a candidate to do?
Lois Nixon is asking Cary residents to help collect election signs, from any candidate, after the polls close on Tuesday, October 6, and bring them to the Goodberry’s on Kildaire Farm Rd. (between Maynard and Farmington Woods Drive). Nixon and her campaign volunteers will be there from 8:00 – 9:00 p.m. on election night, collecting the signs and then will recycle them.
Look for the lime green sign that says:
Paid by Lois Nixon for School Board
Then join Lois, her family, and campaign committee for an ice cream treat.
That’s a sweet ending to the campaign season, and a unique and effective way to preserve Cary’s appearance!
After election day, please help to collect and recycle all campaign signs.
Paper signs can be recycled in your Cary recycling bin, or
Taken to the Cary Recycling Center on Dixon Ave.
Metal stakes can be cleaned and reused, or recycled at
Cary Recycling Center on Dixon Ave.,
Lowell Enterprises in Cary, 830-0098
TT&E on Hammond Rd, Garner 772-9190
C&D Metals in Raleigh, 231-1300
Nixon corrugated plastic signs can be reused by residents or returned to me at
107 Overview Lane, Cary
Or call and I’ll pick them up:
228-1546 or 744-0117