When I lived in Tulsa, Okla., the day after an election there weren’t any political signs to be seen. Scouts and anyone that wanted to make some money, gathered them up and took them to a central location. They were paid, at that time, 5-cents for the small signs and 25-cents for the large signs. The candidates and groups on the ballot were assessed that amount of the signs and they could dispose of them or keep them for another election. Everyone won, and the countryside was clean.
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