<body> Public Ad Campaign: More Window Advertising Pops Up In The City Despite A Long Lull in Activity
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Wednesday, March 9, 2011

More Window Advertising Pops Up In The City Despite A Long Lull in Activity

Looks like someone is up to no good in the city again plastering empty storefronts with street level billboards. A PublicAdCampaign reader sent me these photos after filing complaint number 1297583 which has sat unanswered for nearly a month. I hope this isn't a sign of things to come. If you see any of these large street level billboards in your neighborhood, take a picture, file a complaint, and send us your photos. Thanks everyone for your continued diligence in protecting our streets.

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