Conway has sign re-installed after city refuses to hand over street
By Ben Carlson
Wednesday, December 19, 2012 at 9:00 am
Judge-Executive John Wayne Conway is breaking the law by having a reserved parking sign installed for himself on Ollie Bowen Drive, according to one city councilman.
“It’s illegal,” Councilman Ken Evans said when told that Conway had the sign put up. “It’s an encroachment on the city’s right of way and needs to come down.”
Conway had the sign re-installed last week on the heels of the city council’s vote to deny his request to have the street turned over to the county.
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