You might expect that our local wind energy proponents, who own more than 10,000 acres, could afford to put up their own signs promoting their cause, rather than scrawling their messages across ours.
Irvin’s sign before:
Irvin’s sign after:
Jan Werth’s sign before:
Jan Werth’s sign after:
Ellis County Environmental Awareness
28 June 2007
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