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12-06-2012, 11:45 AM
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Originally Posted by cbcwpg View Post
With all this talk about closing libraries, people might think they are already closed, hence no signatures to collect.

Question: Is there any stipulation in Arizona / Glendale law that says you can only collect signatures on public or city property? IE: If Jones tried to setup and collect signatures at the Tanger Mall, would he be allowed to? Or would they give him the boot?

At this point, it seems that the petition drive is nothing more than a symbolic gesture by Jones. He's clearly worked up about the issue and has the time and inner motivation to make an effort. But I can't see how this petition drive can come close to the number of signatures required. They would need a well-financed and multi-pronged effort. The bottom line is that I don't see any of the support that would be needed, so the petition for a referendum does not pose an impediment to finalizing the lease with Jamison.

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