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Signs On Skyscrapers

Ross Reynolds
12/13/2010 at 12:40 p.m.

Seattle leaders are looking at a measure to allow big corporate signs on downtown buildings. They're common in other cities. The CITGO sign near Boston's Fenway Park has been a landmark for 70 years. Should Seattle allow corporate logs on downtown buildings? Businesses want it. Critics say it over commercializes the cityscape. What do you think? Call 206.543.5869 or email "The Conversation."

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Bryan Stevens is a spokesperson with Seattle's Department of Planning and Development.

Mark Hinshaw is a Seattle architect and urban planner. He writes an architecture column for Crosscut.com, a daily guide to local and Northwest news.

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