The Lubavitch hassidic movement may be ready for the Messiah, but Ra'anana councilor Ronit Weintraub is not, reports Ha'ir-Tzomet Hasharon. Weintraub, whose office is in the same building as Chabad headquarters, is objecting to the large signs that have been posted across the building stating, "Lubavitch - house of the Moshiach," and "Ra'anana is ready for the Moshiach." According to the report, Weintraub says the signs spoil the appearance of the city and "disturb the natural pulse of leisure and commerce" in the area. As well as the offices of Weintraub and Chabad, the building also houses a dance studio, a pharmacy and a music store. Weintraub has written to the city manager to ask what can be done about the signs. A Chabad spokesman said the signs had been in place for some time and had all the official permits required. "There is no problem with them," the spokesman said. "Thank God no one has complained. We are all Jews and we live here peacefully with the rest of the shops."