It was in November of 2013 that a Council committee approved a top-to-bottom overhaul of billboard regulations. But, like many compromises, the measure left both activists and billboard companies unhappy and the measure was sidelined.
Banners and signs proclaiming New Jersey’s resilience post-Superstorm Sandy have gone up in the nation’s capital.
The lawmakers updated regulations on outdoor signs but put off a vote on the controversial issue of billboards.
PennDOT’s ongoing expansion of portions of I-95 prompted a City Council battle over billboards along that highway.
You may have seen the billboards claiming that the end of the world arrives tomorrow.