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May 15, 2014 12:00 AM

City rewriting billboard law for Kings

The Sacramento City Council will be asked Tuesday to add a clause to its ordinance, saying any company that for pays at least 40 percent of the cost of a city-owned facility capable of hosting professional major-league sports, with at least 15,000 seats, can add up to six billboards to the city signboard population.

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