new york\'s signs blighting its landscape
One of them left billboards and other signs that destroyed the landscape of New York and entered the state of a billboard --free.
In the most recent time, New York State has established-
Long Island and North
Signs have increased.
\"The experience of New York state,\" one of the many signs wrote . \".
Another netizen said: \"Outdoor entertainment in New York . \"
There are also \"New York sights\", \"New York history\" and \"New York food and drink \".
They are almost a version of the Burmese government.
Signs of shaving scattered across the United StatesS.
The highway between 1925 and 1963 was demolished after Myanmar.
Sales of Vita are falling.
New York state is showing signs that our taxes have been put on hold.
A recent AP article says the state has spent $8.
1 million of the \"I Love New York\" logo project.
Most people don\'t like the signs except for some exceptions.
\"They asked me to think about the good things New York state has to offer,\" Mick du Russell of Lake Ronkonkoma wrote in a recent letter --to-the-
Editor of Long Island News.
I think he is a minority.
In Montauk there was anger at the signs.
\"They are ridiculous,\" said Larry cantville, head of Hampton town, Long Island East, a month after the project started in July.
\"In Montauk, they have no personality at all.
The state agreed to most of Hamlet by the sea in Montauk, the town of Hampton East.
Similarly, after complaints from residents and elected officials, most of the National signs erected in Port Jefferson and the east of Long Island were removed.
Mayor of Port Jefferson Margo gallant talked about the village\'s efforts to \"clean things up\" and the state\'s logo \"they\'re ugly \".
Scott Russell, head of the South old town of Long Island, said the eastern sign, a small village at the end of the North Fork in his town, blocked the scenery and \"backfired \".
A national logo is posted in front of a nature reserve \"--
The sign, not the reserve, should be the \"first thing\" that people see on the ferry from Connecticut to New York \".
The Federal Highway Administration suddenly fell into this situation in November, accusing the signs of being a safety hazard, distracting drivers and being illegal under the US government. S.
Laws of New York state.
It threatened to cut funding for highway and bridge projects without dismantling the signs.
A State Department of Transport spokesman said last month that the state \"agreed not to rise any more when we negotiated with federal officials \".
A spokesman for the Federal Highway Administration said that a \"suspension\" had been implemented and that the state \"agreed not to post any new signs and that we had discussed with them the issue of dismantling existing signs.
At the same time, the National logo Blau ha ha gave birth to a new
Billboard jobs in Suffolk County, Long Island. Good news!
Al Krupski, a Suffolk lawmaker at Ogue chogue, has just launched a \"local law banning billboards on county highways \".
His measures noted that \"billboards are common on many major roads throughout the county,\" and they \"distract drivers driving the roads, limit sight and cause accidents . \".
On the aesthetic level, they are \"not attractive either and are separated from the natural environment.
\"His Bill\" concluded that the county should ban the placement of billboards on County Road rights --of-way.
Ed Romero, head of Long Island\'s Brookhaven Town, wrote a letter to Suffolk Legislature earlier asking the county to follow the \"Footsteps of Brookhaven town and pass legislation to phase out billboards on county roads.
The billboard \"distracted the driver\" and took away \"the beauty of the area,\" he said \".
There are indeed many \"good things\" available in New York state.
But they don\'t need to be pushed to Burma. Shave sign-
Like hundreds of highway signs.
In 1968, Vermont passes its iconic-billboard law.
An example of civic action, its passage is largely attributed to the extraordinary efforts of a person Ted Riehle.
He was \"convinced . . . . . . , Vermont is good for finance and aesthetics. Time proves him, \"said the scenic beauty website (www. scenic. org).
Maine, Alaska and Hawaii have their own reactions now.
The scenic United States notes that the same is true for \"500 cities and communities.
Of course, entities led by the American Outdoor Advertising Association also oppose this practice.
New York State should be tougher on billboards.
It is wrong to let them tarnish the beautiful mountains of northern New York and the landscape of Long Island.
First, the state should immediately stop the act of causing marked pollution on the road.