In this 2011 photo, a large billboard hovers over the northeast corner of Sixth Avenue and Union Street in Tacoma. The city’s long, legal fight over the fate of nearly 300 billboards seems about to end in a way that leaves News Tribune columnist Matt Driscoll saying, “Meh.”
In this 2011 photo, a large billboard hovers over the northeast corner of Sixth Avenue and Union Street in Tacoma. The city’s long, legal fight over the fate of nearly 300 billboards seems about to end in a way that leaves News Tribune columnist Matt Driscoll saying, “Meh.” Peter Haley News Tribune file photo
In this 2011 photo, a large billboard hovers over the northeast corner of Sixth Avenue and Union Street in Tacoma. The city’s long, legal fight over the fate of nearly 300 billboards seems about to end in a way that leaves News Tribune columnist Matt Driscoll saying, “Meh.” Peter Haley News Tribune file photo

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