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Lakewood residents trying to stop a Wal-Mart from moving into their neighborhood put their message up on a billboard last week - right on the site of the proposed superstore.
But it was taken down in just three days at Wal-Mart's request.
The 5-by-11-foot sign on Bridgeport Way West said: "Don't Wal-Mart Bridgeport. Not here!"
Members of the Bridgeport Way Community Association, who have campaigned against the chain discount store for two years, paid $370 for the advertising space. The sign went up near the Meadow Park Golf Course on the site of the prospective 150,000-square-foot store, property owned by Wal-Mart.
But three days later the advertising firm, Clear Channel Outdoor, notified Guss that the sign had to come down...
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