John D'Amico

West Hollywood City Council

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Member of the West Hollywood City Council, and former Chair of the West Hollywood Planning Commission, where he addressed affordable housing issues

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Can digital billboards be beautiful? Or are they a blight on the urban landscape?

'Spectacular' digital billboards coming to the Sunset Strip

Can digital billboards be beautiful? Or are they a blight on the urban landscape?

from Design and Architecture

The city of West Hollywood wants a new billboard to a site it owns on the Sunset Strip. But it doesn’t want any old rectangle with a static image.

WeHo's Sunset Spectacular

The city of West Hollywood wants a new billboard to a site it owns on the Sunset Strip. But it doesn’t want any old rectangle with a static image.

from Design and Architecture

Since it was incorporated 27 years ago, West Hollywood has been known
worldwide as a "gay destination." Some 37% of its residents are
gay or lesbian. Now its reputation for…

A Rumble in West Hollywood

Since it was incorporated 27 years ago, West Hollywood has been known worldwide as a "gay destination." Some 37% of its residents are gay or lesbian. Now its reputation for…

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