Wednesday, May 21, 2008

D-DAY FOR OPEN HOUSE SIGNS AT 7TH AND MONTANA ...?

                             

Eyes were popping at 7th and Montana last weekend as word spread that City Inspector Pat Martin was on the scene, sizing-up the number of real estate signs promoting Open Houses in our neighborhood.  "The City Council has me investigating the situation," he said, "There's a chance that these "Open House" signs might need to go."  Let me guess, this Marvelous New Initiative is brought to us by the same people who like to strictly regulate the size of our hedges and to use taxpayer dollars to "relocate" the City's Ficus Trees.  Why don't they do something useful and impose a ban on Apple Fritters ...?!?

5 comments:

deshelestraci said...

Ha!  Not the apple fritters.  
Traci

amy122389 said...

no, no, no........a ban on BAD apple fritters.  A good apple fritter is as good as.......I.......well.........um.  Okay, I love a good apple fritter.  ::cough::

~Amy

garnett109 said...

Should've gave him a hot chocolate!

rdautumnsage said...

I couldn't live anywhere I had to follow a neighborhood code. Just ask my neighbors, I love irritating the hell out of them because I WON'T mow my lawn every other day. I like things a little more natural, they can keep perfectly manicured any day. (Hugs) Indigo

solace223 said...

Wow.  Wow.  I'm glad I live as far away from Hollywood as possible.  The most you have to do around here is cut your grass at a reasonable rate.. and that's only if you live in a subdivision!
Jamie