Traffic passes in front of a Click! billboard near the intersection of South L Street and Earnest S. Brazil Street in Tacoma on May 23, 2012. The Tacoma City Council approved a settlement agreement with advertising giant Lamar Tuesday, Dec., 12, that will regulate billboards within the city.
Traffic passes in front of a Click! billboard near the intersection of South L Street and Earnest S. Brazil Street in Tacoma on May 23, 2012. The Tacoma City Council approved a settlement agreement with advertising giant Lamar Tuesday, Dec., 12, that will regulate billboards within the city. Joe Barrentine News Tribune file photo
Traffic passes in front of a Click! billboard near the intersection of South L Street and Earnest S. Brazil Street in Tacoma on May 23, 2012. The Tacoma City Council approved a settlement agreement with advertising giant Lamar Tuesday, Dec., 12, that will regulate billboards within the city. Joe Barrentine News Tribune file photo

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