This sign and others like it seen around Troutdale claim the proposed Troutdale city hall bond measure would "save money". Call it untrue, deceptive, misleading, or a plain ordinary lie, this is the desperation promoted by the backers of a proposed $7.3 million bond measure on the ballot. Leases of $70k per year versus $300-400k per year for a bond measure. Per ORESTAR, Troutdale city councilor David Ripma paid for these deceptive signs.
Unfortunately, the State of Oregon no longer prosecutes people who distribute misleading and/or deceptive campaign signs.