Those controversial political banners outside a Northwest Albany business we showed you earlier this week got the attention of code enforcers.
They told Richard Thomas he'll have to pay $30 for each banner every two weeks to keep them up.
Thomas told us by phone that he doesn't plan to pay that fee, but he will bring the banners into compliance by attaching them to more permanent wood or plastic signs.
The banners read, "The seals removed one threat to America, remove the other in November."
Thomas says the message is meant to encourage people to vote.
He says he is not comparing President Obama to Osama Bin Laden.
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The Bainbridge Public Safety Department brought two firetrucks to the Oscar Jackson Outdoor camp for kids.
The Dougherty County School System will host a three-day orientation for teachers new to the system starting on Thursday.
Health officials are reminding parents to get their children vaccinated before the new school year.
Dougherty County Officials said that on Wednesday they had dozens of homeowners signing up for root ball help as the deadline approaches.
A new addition to the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit at Phoebe Putney Hospital will help give newborns a more healthy start to life.