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Bylaw officer targets signs

Businesses owners who place signs illegally in Qualicum Beach are finding that they’re being called on their actions.

In his monthly report to council, bylaw enforcement officer Don Marshall said he  was forced to deal with several illegally placed signs during the month of August during his many patrols through the community.

He said he removed 15 signs, while he also increased the number of  waterfront traffic patrols issuing tickets for parking in no parking zones at the beach.

Bike patrols, he said, were also increased. -                              — by Neil Horner

 

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