No sign necessary

In regards to Sally Weigand’s letter on Brandon Park, she states about dog droppings and a sign referring to dog waste. Why does there always have to be a sign? Like the group in the 70’s that sang, “Sign Sign , everywhere a sign, do this, don’t do that, can’t you read the sign?”

There doesn’t have to be a sign! Use your God-given common sense. Your dog does its business, you clean it up.

No, you can’t come into the continental breakfast area without shoes. Customer states, “Where is the sign”? Watch your step? Shouldn’t you be watching where you walk? On and on it goes! I know signs can be beneficial, but everyone should have common sense. I guess not.

Kathleen A. Spotts


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