City of Bryan officials may appreciate the public’s enthusiasm for the Michindoh aquifer issue, but they want residents to remember the city’s rules regarding temporary signs.

At last week’s Bryan City Council meeting, City Engineer Brian Wieland noted that signs should be placed on the resident’s side of the sidewalk. He noted there are also size and time restriction on residential sign usage, per city code. Residents with further questions are urged to call the city zoning office at 419-633-6013.

Signs reading “Protect our Water,” distributed by the Williams County Alliance group, have become popular in town as backlash against a project proposed by Artesian of Pioneer to pump millions of gallons of water each day from the Michindoh and sell it to communities outside the aquifer area.

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