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    The Highway Right of Way Tug of War

    By Ken Klein, Executive Vice President, OAAA. A long-running tiff between New York State and […]

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    Minneapolis Not Expanding Billboard District

    There is joy in Minneapolis in the hope that the Vikings will be the first […]

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    Philly Tax issues

    Philadelphia has a 7% tax on outdoor advertising but still wants to squeeze businesses and out […]

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    White Plains renews Clear Channel Outdoor Digital Deal

    Lohud reports that the White Plains County council has approved a new five year deal […]

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    Orlando Looking at Swapping Static Billboards for Digitals

    With a goal to eliminate billboards along the city’s main streets and in pedestrian-friendly districts, […]

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    Billboard Legal: What Happens When A City Changes the Rules?

    You need to be careful about spending money to develop signs until you have your […]

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    Fall River Still Contemplating digital billboards

    Herald News reports the Fall River Zoning Board of appeals is still considering whether to […]

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    Grace Outdoor and Memphis Tangle over Digital Billboard

    This article was meant to be a discussion of the Watchfire/Blip Advertising Plan with our […]

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    Minneapolis weighs expanded billboard zone.

    The star-tribune reports that Minneapolis is considering a zoning code change to expand the area […]

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    GEFT and Westfield Legal Fight Heats Up

    Last week Insider wrote that GEFT Outdoor has filed a Reed v Gilbert lawsuit against […]

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