Voters in Santa Clarita face a tricky question this November: Would they rather keep 96 old billboards that dot railroad tracks through the center of town or get six new digital versions on the freeway?

It’s been a heated debate for the city, better known for its tranquil master-planned streets than the political brawl this has become – with some opponents claiming dirty tactics by supporters of the new freeway signs...

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