Does a poorly maintained sign loses it's elegibility?

PonzioKetchup-PGOPonzioKetchup-PGO Posts: 5 ✭✭
edited July 2020 in Nomination Improvement

Hi folks,

Can you give me your 2 cents about this one?

https://lh3.googleusercontent.com/fG6a1T1Cq0tWX1UWSYyinOqv_ObiZDghQu5kC_SgcB7tM5LyLYkyGeMqldDB89wIDI9Met8fGsqI_0lqSyX8BLP4wQ

https://lh3.googleusercontent.com/JFmRbq9y0siGJVUi3XFFHkVmHOX4p1rfwFCjUjhihglisjqwnBvcI3VwkAxLPveWDUhrzgVYZ7Z53PuK763BRaAqt_8

It´s a sign from the town hall reverencing all the woman that helped to build the city.

It's located right below a woman's statue that is already a POI, and I got it rejected 3 times with this reasons:

"Photo is low quality (e.g., pitch black/blurry photos or photos taken from a car), The nomination does not appear to be visually unique."

So, I understand that it's a valid POI, but unfortunatelly it's old. Does a anything can gets ineligible due to "the time" and a poorly maintenance?

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