Posted February 17, 2018 09:37:23 If you see billboards around your city advertising that you’re in the jungle, it’s not the best idea.

The California Department of Transportation has posted on its website a list of the billboards that have been banned.

The list of prohibited billboards was posted to the department’s Facebook page and is not complete.

The list is just a list, however, of the number of signs posted by the department.

Some of the prohibited signs include:The following signs have been approved for removal:The billboard on the corner of West Washington Street and Washington Boulevard is one of those.

The sign on Washington Street between 7th and 8th Avenues has been banned since February 19.

The billboard at the intersection of West Capitol Street and State Street is also on the list.

The billboards at 6th and Broadway Streets in Sacramento have been removed since February 26.

The signs on the northbound side of Washington Street are also being removed, according to the Department of Motor Vehicles.

The Department of Land Management said on its Facebook page that the Department has not had any problems with the signage.

The department also posted a photo of the signs.

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