First it was the ethics flap with Team Dave’s PR firm doing business with the city.
Now someone on the fourth floor of the Washington Mutual building–that’s about eye level with Mayor Dave’s City Hall office window–has installed TIBBS FOR MAYOR posters in their window. Almost as annoying as those darn yellow jackets!
The Tibbs campaign claims they have no idea who installed the posters, but they were happy to provide us with a photo. Even if there isn’t any substance in the campaign, at least there is a snicker or two.
Team Dave is hamstrung because they can’t use the city hall for campaign posters…has anyone checked with code enforcement about signs on downtown buildings?
BREAKING NEWS BULLETIN 8 a.m. Thursday–
From a GUARDIAN reader:
“When Dave Beiter’s office called to complain about the unsightly boxes in
the windows of the storage room at Murie Design Group (located on the 4th floor of
the Washington Mutual Building) across from City Hall, the graphic design firm
responded with a prompt solution.
Owner Mike Murie thought he’d provide a more aesthetic view for the mayor’s office
while our special-order blinds are being made.
I guess whoever lodged the complaint didn’t consider that a graphic design firm
probably had a large-format printer in-house.”
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