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Morrison will pay $50,000 to settle sign lawsuit, attorneys say

8:59 PM, Apr. 30, 2013
Attorneys for the residents say this is an example of the sort of yard sign now permitted in the town of Morrison.
Attorneys for the residents say this is an example of the sort of yard sign now permitted in the town of Morrison.
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Town officials have agreed to pay $50,000 to settle a civil lawsuit with residents who accused the town of improper restrictions on politically oriented signs, attorneys said.

The dispute stemmed from a proposed wind farm development that the residents opposed, erecting yard signs on their property to express their feelings.

When the town said residents were violating a local sign ordinance, they filed suit in federal court, accusing the town of breaching their constitutional rights. The suit was filed by James and Barbara Vanden Boogart, and Jon and Lori Morehouse. ...

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