There are a lot of new people involved in this campaign for the tax increase ballot questions.
For example, the superintendent and his staff cannot be asked to generate reports and presentations, allow access to student and teacher parking lots, or use the reverse 911 to support one side, the municipal side cannot be asked to provide support to the other side as well. (of course, individuals asking for information that already exists is always legal, but freedom of information does not include generation of data or reports).
One mistake already being made is the use of public property for sign locations. This is not allowed and is probably just a rookie mistake that will be resolved quickly. As seen in these pictures the “pro” side has posted signs at Hovey Square by Hannaford’s and on Tercentenary Park by the Wendy’s intersection.
Even vacant lots/properties are off limits without consent of the owners.
I’m sure it was just a zealous advocate looking to get some more visibility. I assume they will be taken care of, (and people can stop emailing me and calling me about them).