Political signs

Dear fellow Hanoverians:

The Town of Hanover released the following statement regarding political
signs today:

“The Town of Hanover’s Sign Bylaw states that political signs (not more
than one per candidate per lot) are permitted for a period of three weeks
before any election to three days after. This local law was enacted in
1974. This means that for the upcoming election on November 6th, political
signs should not be installed until October 16th. We believe that
education is the best form of enforcement. The Department of Community
Development and Municipal Inspections and the Town Clerk’s Office
cordially ask everyone in town to voluntarily follow these rules.”

For more information regarding the Town’s sign by-law, please review the
by-law that is found here:
or contact the Building Department at (781) 826-5000 x1078 or
building@hanover-ma.gov or the Town Clerk’s Office at x1079.

For “Around Town on the Web”,
Cathy H-B

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