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Petition to remove billboards at P ST and New Jersey, NW

161 Signatures Goal: 250

DCRA, the managing body of billboard code enforcement, is unable to provide documentation that the billboards located at P ST & New Jersey, N.W. (Square 0521 Lot 0800) are part of the "Authorized List of Billboards, Three-sheet Poster Boards, and Wall Signs," dated November 30, 1931." Only billboards included on this list could remain standing after the moratorium on new billboards was put in place. In addition to failing to provide evidence that these billboards were part of this list, the billboards also violate DC Code 3107.7.6.7 that states that "The billboard shall not be located on lots within 200 feet (60 960mm) of any Residential District" These facts, and your signatures, will be submitted to the Mayor with a request to remove the billboards. Thank you for your support. Sincerely, The folks at End Shaw Billboard Blight

Sponsor

This petition is sponsored by the D.C. community at large, the Dunbar-Shaw Home Owners Association, and the Bates Area Civic Association.

Links

http://www.shawbillboardblight.org/ http://dcbaca.wordpress.com/category/nj-p-st-billboard/

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