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    Fresno Approves Digital Signs

    As a follow up to our May post the Fresno City Council voted unanimously Thursday […]

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    Hawthorne Looking to Move Billboards

    The City of Hawthorne, California is moving to entice the owners of more than five […]

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    How To Hack A City Billboard Ban

    Dave Haynes at the digital signage blog  Sixteen Nine has an interesting post about a […]

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    Adams Sues Dane County Board Over Board Removal

    Channel 3000 reports that Adams Outdoor has sued Dane County over the improper termination of […]

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    Sussex County Invites Public Comments

    Coastal Point updates the continuing progress on the proposed changes to the Sussex County, DE […]

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    Billboards To Be Removed Along Safety Corridor

    KRCR News reports of an agreement between Caltrans and Outfront Media to remove 10 billboards […]

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    Oceanside say no to digital boards and new static billboards

    In 2012 Oceanside approved an ordinance allowing digital billboards.  Now the city has changed its […]

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    CA Ninth Circuit Upholds mobile billboard regulations.

    On July 7, 2016 the US District Court for Central California upheld the right of […]

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    Sussex County to reintroduce sign ordinance

    Coastalpoint reports that Sussex County Delaware intends to redraft and reintroduce a sign ordinance at […]

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    City Settles Billboard Claim

    The city of Port Orchard, WA will be paying $250,000 to the owner of a […]

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