When hailstorms peppered Erie County in May, they left behind more than dents and chipped paint.
In the weeks that followed, roofing signs popped up everywhere.
So Sandusky officials decided to crack down.
Last week, a city employee forced the East Side Cafe to remove little white signs from the front of its property, which advertised “Taco Night” and the restaurant’s eight homemade soups.
Not everyone was pleased.
The decision to forcibly remove the signs irked George Sharpe, whose family has owned the cafe for 49 years.
Read the full story in Wednesday's Register.