A RASH of thefts of anti-override signs in Dracut has been a source of frustration for vote-no leader Ted Kosiavelon. So far, Kosiavelon, chairman of The Committee for No Override, has had at least 128 of his political signs stolen from around town. The signs cost about $5.30, so there is a chunk of change involved.
But Dracut Selectmen Joe DiRocco, who is also opposes the $2.9 million override, told a crowd at “The Committee for No Override” rally Thursday that he went by a house that had a “vote no” sign … in a tree.
The homeowner said he was tired of the sign being stolen.
“That’s Dracut ingenuity,” DiRocco joked.
And lets add another video from the event last week that aired last night on Dracut Access Television. (both this video and the Stand Up for Dracut video are on sporadically over the next two weeks).