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Todd Sinclair, San Clemente

Well, it is election season once again, and while I do not mind seeing legitimate signs on private property with the owners’ permission, seeing these signs on chain-link fences adjacent to vacant lots makes my blood just boil. It looks like we are driving through Los Angeles in our quaint Spanish village by the sea.

These signs are plastered like litter and garbage. Our City Council candidates should know better. The former chairman of our Planning Commission and the “lawyer” who claims he is saving us from the toll road have their signs plastered up and down El Camino Real on chain-link fences. Both should know better. What I know is that I will not be voting for either and urge those who cherish the quality and beauty of our city to do the same.

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