A Hollywood property owner’s five-year quest to force the city to allow supergraphic signs on a Sunset Blvd. office building apparently reached an end last week, when the U.S. Supreme court declined to review a lower court ruling that upheld the city’s right to prohibit the signs. It is the second time in past two years the high court has refused to review a 9th Circuit Court of Appeals ruling affirming the city’s constitutional right to ban new billboards and supergraphic signs.Dennis Hathaway
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