UPDATE: Is Count Jensen setting up a hurdle track race?

UPDATE: This sign is placed in the boulevard which is a violation of political sign placement, but here’s what makes it even more ironic, it is in front of a house that is owned by a former city director.

Well, at least he isn’t putting them illegally in the boulevard. People in the neighborhood told me that showed up in the middle of the night, well duh (snark).


#1 The ghost of W.C. Fields on 02.29.20 at 5:56 pm

Oh yes, oh yes, it’s the old paper blizzard trick. Make it look like you’re more popular, then you are…. And make sure you place two signs on corner lots, too, and maybe even four…. Oh yes, Oh yes, best to place them at night, as well, so the public won’t see Matt and Alex! doing all of the work either… Oh, yes, Oh yes, but be careful of the zombies, because they’re out there…. Oh, yes, Oh yes….. #WellWell… #WellWell

#2 scott on 02.29.20 at 7:45 pm

there are also some at another town house complex northeast of washington high. i think those are costello properties as well. so homeowners, don’t be surprised if more apartments are built near you if the count is elected.

#3 "Woodstock" on 02.29.20 at 11:37 pm

“Williamsburg?”…. “Alex! must want to take us back to colonial times, when only white male developers, I mean landowners, mattered”….. “And then he also probably plans to subject Theresa to public shaming, too”…. “But say what you want, the Bunker Ramp will always look more Chernobyl than Colonial Williamsburg to me”….

#4 Fear & Loathing in Sioux Falls on 03.01.20 at 12:04 am

Costello? As in replacing Benda?

#5 "Very Stable Genius" on 03.01.20 at 12:15 am

Don’t you love the way developers in this town want everyone to live in either a taupe apartment, a taupe townhouse, which is nothing but a gloried apartment with an attached garage, or taupe slab house with no basement?

Developers must see River City as Russia with plain Soviet style housing and no tornadoes.

#6 Southern Exposure on 03.01.20 at 1:34 am

The height of clueless ! Establishment ignorance on parade. Using a property holders exploitation of subsidized housing. I will give him points for transparency !

#7 scott on 03.01.20 at 9:19 am

i’m pretty sure when the count’s signs were first put up by washington, they were in the boulevard, but were moved within a couple of days.

#8 "They (should) know what to do"... on 03.01.20 at 1:15 pm

“You would think that the Alex! camp would be well versed on the ‘Red Line'”….