Inspired by the mid-20th-century "Burma Shave" advertising campaign, Napa City Council member Juliana Inman, who is challenging longtime Napa County Supervisor Mark Luce for his seat on the county board, has set up a series of rhyming campaign signs on her First Street front lawn.
The signs oppose the proposed Napa Pipe mixed-use development, which comes before the county planning commission for the conclusion of a crucial hearing Monday night.
Eve Kahn of the local group Get a Grip on Growth snapped Inman's signs and was kind enough to share them with Napa Patch after Sandy Elles of the tipped us off. Our thanks to both ladies.
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