If the church owns or rents the billboard, they should be able to tell the county to pound sand, unless the county has specific billboard-content regulations that have been violated.
If the church doesn’t own or rent the billboard, then why did they put their sign on it?
From the article, I gathered that the church just put up the new billboard — no rent or anything. In other words, they just commandeered the space. The only legitimate complainant I would listen to would be the billboard owner. Other than that, kiss off.
If the church doesnt own or rent the billboard, then why did they put their sign on it?
From the article, it appears they don’t own the property where their church is currently housed, so I don’t know what their rights to the billboard are.
It says that there had been a dilapidated realty sign there for 20 years and nobody complained. Just from an aesthetic perspective, I suspect the current billboard is an improvement.