Jackson Code Enforcement Orders Controversial Sign Removed

Jackson’s code enforcement officials have ordered the couple who placed a large blinking sign on their lawn to remove it by this weekend.

The sign, which reads “Don’t Be An A*Hole,” sparked controversy within Jackson and made statewide news. Some accused the property owners of targeting Orthodox Jews with the sign, though the mother-in-law of property owner Joe Rucci insisted that it was directed at everyone driving in the area.

Others noted that the sign was in violation of multiple Township ordinances, prompting code enforcement to force its removal.

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