The Washington Post reports that a Verizon Yellow Pages guerilla campaign that consisted of stenciling orange-red chalk ads on sidewalks Washington DC has been fined $150 for each of seven ads city officials found. 135 ads had been sprayed in total but only seven were left that Mary Myers, a spokeswoman for the District Department of Public Works, said the other ads had worn away or were washed off before D.C. crews could clean them. Such ads are banned without a permit from the mayor, even though they simply wash away.
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