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Philly Residents Compete To Tear Down Illegal Signs

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In Philadelphia, spring cleaning is a citywide effort. Among other things, residents are heading out Saturday to tidy up utility poles with advertisements for "cash for junk cars" and the like. Elizabeth Fiedler of member station WHYY reports on a competition to tear down as many illegal signs as possible.
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