A large billboard hovers over the northeast corner of Sixth Avenue and Union Street in August 2011. The City of Tacoma and billboard company Lamar are negotiating a compromise over what to do with the company’s nearly 300 billboards in the city limits.
A large billboard hovers over the northeast corner of Sixth Avenue and Union Street in August 2011. The City of Tacoma and billboard company Lamar are negotiating a compromise over what to do with the company’s nearly 300 billboards in the city limits. Peter Haley News Tribune file photo
A large billboard hovers over the northeast corner of Sixth Avenue and Union Street in August 2011. The City of Tacoma and billboard company Lamar are negotiating a compromise over what to do with the company’s nearly 300 billboards in the city limits. Peter Haley News Tribune file photo

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