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Signs pro and anti Walmart on the front lawns of homes along Route 50 in Ballston Spa on Friday morning.
Photographer: Marc Schultz
Signs pro and anti Walmart on the front lawns of homes along Route 50 in Ballston Spa on Friday morning.
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Come spring, Bill Lewis often finds himself plucking stake signs from the medians and roadsides in Milton as if they were weeds. Sometimes Lewis, code enforcer for the town, fills the back of his truck with what he’s pulled from the ground. Sometimes he can fill a dumpster. But like real weeds, they always come back over the course of a couple weeks. “I have to go out on a regular basis,” he said Thursday ...

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cracker
June 22, 2014
8:58 a.m.

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Don't forget real estate signs, although they are fewer and of a different structure.

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