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Reader Polls Feedback for: March 15, 2016 through March 24, 2016
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One of the most popular signs in the world is the Welcome to Las Vegas sign located at the south end of the famous Las Vegas Strip. This week’s Reader Poll asks the question how should the maintenance of the sign be handled, should a fee be charged to visit the sign, should a collection box be available for donations or do you have a better idea? The county actually leases the sign from the Young Electric Sign Co. We want to hear from you. What is your opinion? (See other Readers’ opinions below.)

What is the best way to pay for the maintenance on the famous las vegas sign?


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Reader Poll Replies:

Please dont charge people for one more item in Las Vegas. Figure out a way to add it to city maintenance somehow. Ann Aston Phoenix AZ

I think setting up a donation box would be a good way to get some income to repair the sign. Irene Andrews San Diego CA



 

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