|S.F. No. 2369 - Electronic Advertising Devices Moratorium|
|Author:||Senator Sandra L. Pappas|
|Prepared by:||Bonnie Berezovsky, Senate Counsel (651/296-9191)
Krista Boyd, Fiscal Analyst (651/296-7681)
|Date:||March 11, 2010|
Section 2 imposes a three-year moratorium on electronic advertising devices, with exceptions and provisions for local authority.
Subdivision 1 defines terms.
Subdivision 2 establishes a ban until June 30, 2013, on erection of new electronic advertising devices, or conversion of existing billboards when the devices are visible to a motorist from a street or highway.
Subdivision 3 exempts from the ban advertising devices relating to a business located on the same property as the advertising device, authorized traffic-control devices, official signs and notices, and state lottery advertisements.
This section is effective the day following final enactment.
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