Burma-Shave signs will stay
The signs in Fifty Lakes asking the public to protect the health of area lakes with a Burma-Shave-style rhyme can stay put for another three years, according to meeting minutes from a Nov. 12 Fifty Lakes City Council meeting.
On that night the council overturned a planning commission decision not to renew the interim use permit the Fifty Lakes Property Owners Association (FLPOA) had used to install the signs.
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