John F. Bruner says we're wasting money on signs:
The problem is I'm not talking about street signs, nor direction signs. I'm talking about signs to label the creeks in town.
Some people might say who cares, what can a few signs cost. When you add up the cost of 70 signs and the labor to install them, we are talking about thousands of dollars.
Seems to me this money could be spent in a lot more productive and useful manner.
Mr. Bruner must know something I don't. Is the City going on some sort of signage spree? Aren't many (most? all?) creeks already labeled with signage, at least to a certain extent?