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Donnelly Advertising Corp. of Md. v. Mayor & City Council of Baltimore

ELR Citation: ELR 20397
Nos. No. 138, 370 A.2d 1127/279 Md. 660, (Md., 03/21/1977)

The Maryland Court of Appeals upholds against several constitutional attacks the validity of Baltimore's Oldtown Urban Renewal Ordinance, which requires removal of off-site billboards. The ordinance prohibits, without compensation, all signs other than those identifying uses of the property on which the sign stands....

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