(So you have a 24-hour digital sunrise in your bedroom? So, your kid was maimed in an accident as a result of a distracted driver watching a digital billboard? Ever tried to sell a home with a ditigal billboard in your backyard? Much to ponder. The City needs time from the moratorium to get its house in order.)
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From: The Engaged Observer
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Sent: Wednesday, December 17, 2008 10:07:02 AM
Subject: Billboard Blight in our fair city
You're failing me and every other resident of Los Angeles. Your refusal to:
1. Enact an immediate moratorium on billboards
2. Enforce and remove criminal and illegal billboards
3. Effectively regulate outdoor advertisers
has eroded the trust and confidence we the citizens place in your hands. You're not looking out for our best interests. You're a disappointment at best and perhaps criminals at worst.
We are watching you. Please behave like your jobs depend on our trust and confidence.
The Engaged Observer