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New York City statute 10-119
a. It shall be unlawful for any person to paste, post, paint, print or nail any handbill, poster, notice, sign or advertisement upon any curb, gutter, flagstone, tree, lamppost, awning post, telegraph pole, telephone pole, public utility pole, public garbage bin, bus shelter, bridge abutment, elevated train structure, highway fence, barrel, box, parking meter, mail box, traffic signal stanchion, tree box, bench, traffic barrier, hydrant, public pay telephone, any personal property maintain on a city street or other city-owned property pursuant to a franchise, concession or ravocable consent granted by the city or other such item or structure in any street, or to direct, suffer or permit any servant, agent, employee or other person under his or her control to engage in such activity; provided, however, that this section shall not apply to any handbill, poster, notice, sign or advertisement so posted by or under the direction [of the council, or by or under the direction] and issued under proper guidelines of any city agency, or pursuant to a franchise, concession or revocable consent granted pursuant to chapter fourteen of the charter except that the provisions of this subdivision shall not apply where a license has been granted pursuant to subdivision c of this section.

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