An electronic LED billboard was set up along Nicholasville Road in April 2007. Lamar shut the billboard down later in the year after a notice from the city that the high-definition sign violated a zoning ordinance outlawing signs that blink or flash. The LED billboard changed advertisements every 8 seconds.
An electronic LED billboard was set up along Nicholasville Road in April 2007. Lamar shut the billboard down later in the year after a notice from the city that the high-definition sign violated a zoning ordinance outlawing signs that blink or flash. The LED billboard changed advertisements every 8 seconds. Lexington Herald-Leader
An electronic LED billboard was set up along Nicholasville Road in April 2007. Lamar shut the billboard down later in the year after a notice from the city that the high-definition sign violated a zoning ordinance outlawing signs that blink or flash. The LED billboard changed advertisements every 8 seconds. Lexington Herald-Leader

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