SkyTag offers to save the Hollywood sign view

There's a catch. The firm that has placed supergraphics all over town says it will pay millions to preserve the biggest advertising supergraphic of them all, the iconic Hollywood sign, by buying up land at the top of Beachwood Canyon. All it wants is City Hall approval for 20 of its disputed signs. City officials aren't inclined to accept the deal, says David Zahniser.

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