A map of Port Orchard’s billboards

Anyone remember back in 2011 when the owner of a Gig Harbor advertising company sued Port Orchard for delaying permits for billboards he wanted to place inside city limits?

The city banned billboards while Rick Engley waited for his ruling, but a federal district court judge decided the applications of Gotcha Covered Inc., were grandfathered in.

Engley also sued for damages and recently settled with the city for a quarter million dollars.

Our coverage of the settlement will be posted shortly at kitsapsun.com and run in print tomorrow (Aug. 1,2016). And with that, we’ll close the loop on this lengthy litigation saga.

Engley sold five of the six billboards to pay his attorney costs. I thought you might like to see a map of where all six billboards are located.

3 thoughts on “A map of Port Orchard’s billboards

    1. Donn – Yes, I should have clarified, those two never belonged to Engley. They were there before he began his efforts to erect billboards in the city. I’m not sure who owns them. I wouldn’t be surprised if it is Outfront, the mega-company to which Engley sold five and leases one.

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