Just when coastal California looks like an uninterrupted stretch of Mary Jane acceptance, a community once known as East San Diego is demanding a billboard advertising ban.
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- City Heights activists want the signage gone because they say many are in violation of laws that say signs can’t be within 1,000 feet of a K-12 schools and playgrounds.
- “We urge the San Diego City Council to make the passage of a marijuana billboard ordinance,” said William Perno of Say San Diego. The advocacy group holds that their community has seen “a pattern of illegal billboard ads.”
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