Can the city please respond here and explain whether it will start issuing fines for the numerous Toni Harp campaign signs improperly posted in public places? I just passed one posted in public space on Whalley Avenue on the right at the intersection with the Boulevard. I have seen a number of posts here on this topic on SeeClickFix. Responders have suggested that one can take down signs themselves or call the Harp campaign to take them down. I would really prefer of the city gets involved and enforces the rules -- to fine the campaign. A monetary fine is the only way to stop the violations. It will be a very long month if people need to complain about each improperly posted Toni Harp sign one at at a time on SeeClickFix.