The Billboard Liberation Front, which has been engaged in the extra-legal “improvement” of billboards for more than 30 years, is taking credit for this alteration to a trailer billboard on a San Fernando Valley street. A month ago, California Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger signed a bill to allow L.A. and other governmental jurisdictions in the state to ban such advertising signs, that have generated a large number of complaints about visual blight, taking up parking places, and posing potential traffic hazards. For more about the Billboard Liberation Front, click here.Dennis Hathaway
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