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Excluding campaign signs for Mountain Home School Board candidates Scott Booth and Scott Bryant – who are in a June 6th runoff election for that school district’s open board seat – city ordinances require all other campaign signs to be removed by Sunday.
Beginning Monday, campaign signs for or against the Mountain Home School District’s proposed millage increase or for school board candidate Stewart Rogers will be in violation of City Ordinances 2022-44 and 2019-34. Violating these ordinances is a misdemeanor and punishable by a fine for each day the sign remains up.
Again, the city’s sign ordinances do not currently apply to the signs of Scott Booth and Scott Bryant since they will have a runoff election contested in June. Their signs will need to be removed by Sunday, June 11th to comply with the ordinance.
Questions about the city’s sign ordinances may be directed to City Clerk Scott Liles, whose office number is 870-425-5943.