(Photo by Michelle Felter, Staff)
"We had 15 to 20 signs vandalized or torn down, just southwest of Oran," said Presiding Commissioner Jamie Burger during Thursday's meeting. Signs damaged included stop, road markers, railroad crossing and directional signs.
"Not only is this a cost to the county and us as taxpayers, it puts people's lives in jeopardy," said Burger. "It is not a joke for these signs to be in the ditch."
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