Property is not for sale, but new construction house has left 'promotional signage' (wording from Whitestone, the builder) in the right of way more than six months past completion. Promotional signs are bandit signs and should be removed and offenders fined/cited. Additionally, this same builder has four more bandit signs along Norhill within two blocks of this house, all in the city right of way, next to street.
Signs in right of way are for promotional purposes, according to Whitestone builders, and homes are not for sale. This one at 1033 Bayland was completed more than six months ago but the promotional sign remains. Whitestone has four properties with these signs in right of way, no construction underway, on Bayland and Norhill (around the esplanade) and are essentially bandit signs. They need to be removed or Whitestone should be fined for bandit signs.