Law takes on takeout menus, fliers

According to a news report from amny.com, “If menus menace and advertisements annoy, city dwellers will soon be able to stop them before they land on their doorsteps thanks to a state law that hit the books Monday.”

“The pizzeria, barber shop or delicatessen down the street will be banned from dropping their advertisements at buildings that post a sign saying unauthorized fliers are not welcome. Violators will rack up fines between $250 and $1,000 per violation,” said the story. “Sponsors of the law say the circulars not only create litter but are also a safety hazard.”

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