Motorists cruising commercial streets in Rosemead soon will see fewer mini-billboards. The City Council has reached an agreement with Independent Outdoor Advertising Co. to replace nine 8-by-9-foot wooden signs with five slightly larger stainless steel ones. The company also has agreed to remove the mini-billboards within five years, said Don Wagner, assistant city manager. The agreement, which was included in an amendment to the city's sign ordinance, does not affect standard 20-by-40-foot billboards.

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