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This amendment will end a legal fight with Lamar Advertising.
This amendment will end a legal fight with Lamar Advertising.
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April 14, 2016

Rapid City One Step Closer to Sign Code Change

Rapid City's Legal & Finance Committee sent on to the full City Council an amendment which will modify the sign code and bring an end to a legal battle. As KOTA reports, changes include repealing the ban on digital billboards and reducing the minimum distance between signs.

More on this story and the city's sign code can be found in our news archive.

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