So I open up my emails this morning and have received one from 'somebody at the city' saying that My Company (the band) is in violation of Municipal Code suchandsuch for placing stickers on a public right-of-way (ie: Street signs, light poles, electrical boxes) and the like. Language in the email included "This will be your only warning.", "This law provides for assessing sticker removal costs and civil penalties that currently are at $100 per sticker for repeat offenders.", "Our communities consider your approach to advertising as graffiti..."...since we consider our stickers an advertising device, they're emblazoned with our website address, which is how they were able to email me. As you can see, I have a problem. I read the municipal code and there's a provision: I can file a declaration rebutting Presumption of Responsible Party...essentially stating that, hey, I just handed out the stickers, it's not my problem where they went. Since everybody here is infinitely more intelligent than I, what legal legs do I have to stand on? I currently have nearly 1,000 stickers out there somewhere (that's how many I've given away), so I'd rather not have to give the city $100,000 for violations.