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Another Anti Museum Square Sign Appears: 'This Car is a Lie!'

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And the food truck battle continues on the 5700 block of Wilshire Boulevard. A reader this afternoon sends in this photo of a sign posted to one of the junker cars apparently used by Museum Square management to block food trucks from parking across the street from restaurants that rent space in their building. Last week, someone began posting different signs to the cars. Museum Square management has declined to comment, but employees who spoke under the condition of anonymity said the cars are used to block food trucks from competing with the brick and mortar businesses. Parking tickets are handed out often.