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Human Signs” to stay in Ocala

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People waving and spinning signs advertising a sale or business isn’t an unfamiliar sight on a lot of street corners. The Ocala City Council voted unanimously on Tuesday to refrain from regulating these so-called “human signs” or “sign spinners” within the city. Florida’s 89.1, WUFT-FM’s Steven Gallo spoke with City Commissioner and Mayor-elect of Ocala Kent Guinn about the council’s decision to allow the signs and their holders to remain.

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