Council asked to repeal law banning billboards

Rushin, Cherry
October 2011
Graham Leader;10/19/2011, Vol. 136 Issue 19, p1A
The article presents information on a request made to the Graham City Council in Young County, Texas for changing the law on banning of billboards and allowing more outdoor advertisements to generate high commercial profits. It discusses Council members and City Manager's views for considering the ordinance for repeal. It also mentions the intentions of the Council members for restoring the ordinances.


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