Oyster Bay supervisor accused of removing signs placed by Dems

Newsday

Oyster Bay Town Supervisor Joseph Saladino, a Republican, on Sunday removed lawfully placed political signs in Sea Cliff that were posted by the Democratic Party, Sea Cliff Village Administrator Bruce Kennedy said.

“I was very surprised that the town supervisor would waste his time on something as juvenile as pulling down signs from a telephone pole,” Kennedy said Monday. “It was the most bizarre thing I had ever seen.”

Oyster Bay Democratic campaign spokesman Michael Fricchione said that dozens of the signs, which were paid for by the campaign, were removed from Sea Cliff on Sunday.

 

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