Frank Orsini: Mayoral Candidate

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Independent Mayoral Candidate Frank Orsini

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18 Comments on "Frank Orsini: Mayoral Candidate"

6 years 7 months ago

Why do I see this guy’s posters 12 feet off the ground on utility poles all up and down Newark St.?

Is he going to have someone come take them down after he loses? Probably not.

Way to make an impression.

6 years 7 months ago

Those signs will be easily accessible from a floating rubber raft, next time we get a heavy thunderstorm in this area.

6 years 7 months ago

He has ‘high’ plans for Hob. (green master plan), (change of government) – (don’t reward incumbents running for mayor)…Oh! the signs…almost all candidates do the same…and I believe in the 2007 election for 2nd ward council, it was mentioned that this is a economical way to campaign. It’s funny, because Mason had signs too numerous count and the Mayor supported the idea that it was cheap advertising. :roll:

6 years 7 months ago

Are candidates allowed to post signs on utility poles, lamposts, etc.?
How come all candidates aren’t doing it?

6 years 7 months ago

It is againt the city ordinance #110, however, it is not enforced and I believe that Mayor Roberts was quoted in 2007 that this was sort of OK as a form of affordable campaigning. Letters were sent out to the candidates at that time but no action was ever taken. The city has to expend personnel hours to remove them. As this race heats up, there will probable be a lot of signs. Should this local law be enforced? Complaints can go to Director Ronga and the Dept. of Public Safety, Act. Chief of Police….and most of all… Read more »