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4.2 Miles of Lincoln Blvd. in Venice = 84 Billboards

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A reason why people are up in arms about billboard blight: "When a group of volunteers organized by City Councilman Bill Rosendahl and Coalition to Ban Billboard Blight founder Dennis Hathaway recently counted up all the billboards in Rosendahl's district (district 11), a 4.2 mile-stretch of Lincoln Blvd revealed the biggest concentration of the billboards," says Curbed LA via Ban Billboard Blight. If you live in LA Council District 11, there are a total of 563 billboards including 17 digital ones. Westside!