Would someone please enforce our municipal ordinances by eliminating signage clutter? Anchorage has specific rules about which signs are legal and which aren't, but the evidence left behind by scofflaw real estate companies suggests the laws are being routinely ignored.
If you want to look up the law yourself, see Anchorage Municipal Code's Prohibition of Temporary Signs (AMC 21.11.080B). Signs may advertise or inform only about uses that exist on the same lot where the sign is located.
— Karl Schroeder