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The notice issue was likely an excuse on the part of City Prosecutor Sim Gill to decline prosecution, since at least one of the men (Matt Aune) admitted to protesting the termination of the public easement in 2003. Nevertheless, given the hostility to the Mormon Church expressed at many temple locations over the past year, these signs seem like a prudent precaution to me.

That is a pretty common sign, although it is usually seen at restaurants and places of commerce. A private property of non-commerce status usually says: Private Property. Trespassers will be prosecuted. This seems to be a sort of combination of the two. My own thoughts are that they should extend the gate that surrounds the main complex of Temple square.

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