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(Photo courtesy of the O.C. Register)
Kudos to Libertarian Party member Norm “Firecracker” Westwell, who made the front page of the O.C. Register today in a story about what happens to political signs. Weswell was reelected this year to the Ocean View School District, in Huntington Beach, when no one ran against him.
Westwell apparently likes to collect signs and reuse them later on his own campaigns. He is planning to run for the Huntington Beach City Council in the near future.
If you are wondering what to do with your used political signs, you may donate them to a few places that are recycling them:
Rainbow Disposal Co. Inc. 6 a.m. to 6 p.m., Monday to Friday; 6 a.m. to 4 p.m., Saturday. 17121 Nichols St., Huntington Beach. 714-847-3581. www.rainbowdisposal.com.
The Road Less Traveled Leave the signs in the back of the store at any time. 2202 1/2 North Main St., Santa Ana. 714-836-8727. www.roadlesstraveledstore.com.
Fullerton City Hall Recycled signs will be accepted until this Wednesday during City Hall’s operating hours. 303 West Commonwealth Ave., Fullerton. 714-738-6350. www.cityoffullerton.com.