This one has it all:
Central Radio Company, which first opened 78 years ago and has been at its current location of 1083 West 39th Street for 50 years, is currently under siege. First officials at the Norfolk Redevelopment and Housing Authority attempted to seize their property in order to transfer it to Old Dominion University, which currently has no specific site development plan for Central Radio’s property. The owners of the company, Bob Wilson and Kelly Dickinson, rightfully objected to the eminent domain proceedings. They then commissioned a 375-square-foot banner (left) and hung it on their building to protest the taking.
So what happened next? In response to the ensuing outcry by the citizenry, the city … found some ordinance forbidding banner over 60 feet in size and threatened to fine them $1000 a day. CRC is not taking his sitting down; they’re fighting it.
Oh, yeah. I found this out through the people defending them — the eeeevil libertarian organization Institute for Justice, who are making a habit of fighting both tyrannical governments and business monopolies.