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Summer 1985


Visual pollution is defined as sign proliferation and clutter, unscreened junkyards, overhead wires, etc., that generally diminish the quality of life and natural beauty of a community. The study recommends ways to improve Jacksonville's image such as enacting stronger sign ordinances, changing policies to promote the greening of the city and creating a Code Enforcement Board.



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