Bird Rock Community Council wants missing signs returned ASAP

From Bird Rock Community Council reports

Someone removed multiple “No Parking” signs that were provided by the traffic control vendor for the Birdstock event on Saturday, Aug. 11.

The missing signs appeared to be on Chelsea and the cross streets of Midway and Forward.

The BRCC must pay for all the missing signs (about $240) which means less money can be donated to Bird Rock Elementary School from the proceeds of the event. Anyone with information about the missing signs is asked to return them to them to their locations.

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  3. Rancho Relaxo taxes paid, property in escrow
  4. Promoter details plans for farmers market in Bird Rock
  5. First ever BirdStock brings community together

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