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Category Archives: NJ & P St Billboard
Councilmember Harry Thomas introduces new legislation to regulate Special Signs/Billboards within Ward 5
Councilmember Harry Thomas wants to bring 8, but no more than 12, “special signs” billboards to Ward 5, where they are currently prohibited. See his proposed legislation below… and let him know if you don’t want it.
Many on nearby neighborhood listservs are angered by the proposal of a bill that would allow DCGOV to compensate owners of billboards that have been grandfathered in by allowing them to instal “Special Signage” in industrial areas to replace billboards … Continue reading
Thanks to the hard work of DCRA Director Linda Argo, the Office of the Attorney General, and all our dedicated community representatives and leaders, the four P Street billboards came down this morning. It was a beautiful sight to see. … Continue reading
From DCRA Director, Linda Argo. She notes there is a 30-day comment period, so neighbors, please review the attached PDF (link below) and make your comments known on this blog or via email to firstname.lastname@example.org by Jan 1, 2010 DCRA … Continue reading
D.C. Billboard Battle Takes Odd Turn By: MICHAEL NEIBAUER Examiner Staff Writer November 26, 2009 A D.C. agency’s attempt to wipe out four billboards in the Shaw area that it considers illegal has taken an ironic twist: Another D.C. agency recently … Continue reading
Well folks, the billboards are still there, and now the graffiti’s back in full force. Please help get the word to DCRA that it must be cleaned up. To make a DCRA “Service Request” for the removal of the graffiti, … Continue reading
Email from DCRA Director, Linda Argo, on October 28th: “Thank you for the interest and support shown by you and the other community members who took the time to attend and participate in last Wednesday’s TRO hearing in Clear Channel … Continue reading
After a two-hour long debate, Clear Channel was granted a temporary restraining order. The community’s concerns were heard, and on November 6th, the next hearing will be scheduled.
We’ve just learned that the Clear Channel hearing, tomorrow, October 21st, is open to the public. It will happen at 3:30 p.m. at DC Superior Court, 500 Indiana Avenue, NW, Room 4220, 4th floor. Please come and support the City, and … Continue reading
Billboard Update: Clear Channel Files Lawsuit; Seeks Temporary Restraining Order, To Appear in Court
Email to the community, October 19, from DCRA Director, Linda Argo. “Last week, the District Government tried to negotiate with Clear Channel for voluntary removal of the billboards. When the parties failed to reach an agreement by Friday, the District … Continue reading