Westside neighborhood leaders responded with fury five years ago after the Los Angeles City Council allowed dozens of digital billboards to go up on Santa Monica and Westwood boulevards and other major corridors. They now worry that a proposed deal would allow about 100 signs to remain and enable more to be erected, the Los Angeles Times reports.
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