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Supergraphics Start to Come Down in Hollywood

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The supergraphic saga continues and the LA Times is taking numbers. The CIM Group is beginning to take down five illegal supergraphics that they thought were legal, even though the company signed a contract stating they couldn't put up supergraphics. The real estate group has been given $28 million in taxpayer subsidies for redevelopment projects in Hollywood and other neighborhoods and is seeking permission for 11 supergraphics on a large new shopping center project in Mid-City on Pico Boulevard.