As you come out of Costco this time of year, you might expect to see frost on the trees, not frost on the campaign signs.
But, in and around Woodinville, campaign signs still litter some roadways. Snohomish County Planning Commissioner and unsuccessful State Senate candidate in the 1st Legislative District Guy Palumbo saw some on Monday and tweeted:
"I think it's time for these to come down," with a photo of campaign signs near Costco.
He also told Patch that there's another in Grace by Costco and that others are sprinkled along 522 toward Maltby.
Have you seen campaign signs around Woodinville or in other areas and do you find it annoying to see them so long after the campaign season?
Laws in both King County and the state dictate signs must be removed 10 days after Election Day; in the City of Woodinville, signs must come down seven days post election.
To complain about illegally posted campaign signs on public property, easements or right-of-way in unincorporated King County, call King County Roads Maintenance at 206-296-8100. The toll-free number is 1-800-527-6237.