A neighborhood association representing Roland Parkers has apologized after its newsletter recently discouraged the display of issue-based yard signs, referring to them as “clutter” prohibited under city zoning code.
“I would like to personally apologize if the recent Roland Park News conveyed to you the impression that we wish to interfere with your First Amendment right to free expression,” said Roland Park Civic League president Hap Cooper in a statement Tuesday. “We support and encourage respectful dialogue without exception.”
The newest edition of Roland Park’s quarterly newsletter stirred ire in the community with a short blurb dubbed “Temporary Signs/The Do’s and Don’ts in Baltimore City.”
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