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Sunday, June 16, 2019

Proposed State Law Could Put LED Billboard Boat Company Under Water

VIA: Gothamist

The as-yet-unsinkable LED billboard barge that appeared off the coast of Manhattan last year—since earning near universal condemnation from waterfront-loving New Yorkers—may soon find itself the target of a statewide ban. More [HERE]

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