Campaign signs like these for Eric Pickens for Sequim School Board are allowed in planting strips in Sequim city limits so long as the property owner approves of them in his/her right-of-way. Pickens is running for Director at-large No. 5 against Charles W. Smith III who said he dropped out for personal reasons but will remain on the ballot. Sequim Gazette photo by Matthew Nash

Campaign signs like these for Eric Pickens for Sequim School Board are allowed in planting strips in Sequim city limits so long as the property owner approves of them in his/her right-of-way. Pickens is running for Director at-large No. 5 against Charles W. Smith III who said he dropped out for personal reasons but will remain on the ballot. Sequim Gazette photo by Matthew Nash

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