On Wednesday, a federal judge struck down the city’s ban on semiphores, which prohibit the installation of more than three semaphorsts within a single block.
That decision, and similar ones nationwide, have been met with protests and legal challenges.
The National Park Service and the city of Chicago have also banned semaphored structures, citing safety concerns.
In New York City, a court struck down a ban on outdoor semaphors in February, and the City Council approved a resolution last year to reinstate them.
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