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'White Power,' KKK signs cause neighborhood stir | News - Home: Burns said he says he painted the signs only to draw attention to his plight, but insist it's not racism.

"Has nothing to do with race, it has a problem with black property owners and what they've got away with. It does have something to do with race," said Burns.

That bit of tortured logic is hard for many in the neighborhood to follow.

"It's very offensive," said Joseph Boxie, who is a property owner and member of the civic club. "He's totally out of control."

Boxie said the type of deed restriction violations involve minor infractions like not mowing the grass.

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