A Millington man fought the city and won.
Charlie Reid is advocating for municipal schools and placed a large sign on a friend's trailer. He was told that it violated a city ordinance because it was mobile.
Reid said it violated his freedom of speech. He wanted to be able to move his message to other parts of town where it could be seen before the vote.
"They said that I could take my sign off and put it on the ground, and it would be perfectly legal. They don't want it to be mobile and moved around, I'm not going to do that," said Reid.
At Tuesday's a board meeting, the Aldermen voted 4-2 to allow political signs like this to remain up until a committee reviews the ordinances next year.
Those who voted no said they did not feel comfortable making exceptions and felt the city needed to enforce the current ordinances.