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“Visit at night, enjoy the billboards and the joyful atmosphere.”

“Visit at night, enjoy the billboards and the joyful atmosphere” was the title of a […]

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Logan Proposes East Boston Digital Billboard

East Boston Times reports that Logan Communications has proposed to place a 14 by 48 […]

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San Mateo County Looks at Billboard Options

Reports from San Mateo, CA initially indicated the County was looking at potentially allowing the […]

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Michigan Cities Consider Impact of Reed V Gilbert

Michigan Cities are reevaluating their sign codes in the wake of Reed V Gilbert according […]

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Demopolis Approved Digital Billboards

The Demopolis Times reports that the Demopolis, AL City council has approved a zoning change […]

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Oceanside Proposed Digitals Meet Resistance

The San Diego Union-Tribune  reports opposition to several proposed digital billboards in Oceanside, California.  Local […]

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Cullman, AL considers new sign rules.

The Cullman Times reports that Cullman city council is considering new off premise sign rules. […]

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75 Foot High Billboards are Vetoed

A proposal to to revise a Villa Rica, Georgia sign ordinance was vetoed by the […]

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Red Bank Tennessee Passes Sign and Billboard Moratorium

The Chattanoogan reports that Red Bank Tennessee has passed a one year city-wide sign and […]

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Gainsville Considering Digital Boards

Gainesville Georgia is considering whether to permit digital billboards according to the Gainesville Times.  There […]

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