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Change in billboard law would mean loss of local control, area leaders say

7:10 PM, Jun. 28, 2013
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Several area communities think the state is trying to steal their authority over billboard placement.

A provision in the state budget that Gov. Scott Walker is expected to sign Sunday would change state law concerning billboards affected by state highway projects. The new law would allow sign companies losing signs to highway expansion to put up replacement billboards anywhere within a community, regardless of local ordinances, or otherwise require the community to compensate the sign company for its loss.

Communities can pass ordinances controlling size, height and location of ...

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