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March 3, 2021
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(wgvu) - The Michigan Department of Transportation
is reminding political candidates and property owners about rules
for signs placed along state highways.
M-DOT says signs must be placed more than 30 feet from the edge
of the roadway on highways without barrier-type curbs. On highways
with barrier curbs, the signs must be at least three feet from the
back of the curb.
Signs are not allowed on freeways, overpasses or ramps.
State workers will remove political signs that aren't taken down
within 10 days after the election. Sign owners can pick up removed
signs at local M-DOT offices and maintenance garages. Signs not
picked up within seven days will be thrown out.

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