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Georgia thinks boring names for street signs may save his county $17k a year

McIntosh County Commissioner Mark Douglas says replacing stolen signs in his county are costing his area approximately $17,000 a year.

Douglas says his county, which is located about 60 miles south of Savannah, Georgia is losing approximately 550 street signs a year.

According to Douglas, apparently folks are stealing street signs with names like Boone’s Farm, Mary Jane, Green Acres, Harmony Hill and more.  He also feels that people have some sort of connection with the names by either liking the television shows or alcohol and or drug nicknames they are affiliated with.

Information from:  www.jacksonville.com

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