NORTH HEMPSTEAD, N.Y. (CBSNewYork) — Add North Hempstead’s town supervisor to the list of opponents of a plan to erect advertising billboards along some roadways in Nassau County.

Judi Bosworth said the electronic signs would be an eyesore.

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“In North Hempstead, our homeowners have to accept the Long Island Expressway and its service roads as a fact of life, but they shouldn’t be forced to accept 48-foot-wide, 110-foot-high billboards,” Bosworth told WCBS 880’s Sophia Hall. “We deal with the reality of traffic congestion and pollution. We shouldn’t be adding visual pollution to our highways.”

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The plan is to install the billboards along the Long Island Expressway and near Roosevelt Field mall. The county is looking to replace some $30 million in projected revenue that was lost from its failed school zone speed camera program.

Bosworth said that even if the county approves the measure, a North Hempstead code requires permits for billboards, which the town could deny.

“Certainly that very well (could) be a plan of action,” Bosworth said.

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A spokesperson for County Executive Ed Mangano said Mangano would evaluate the proposals if and when the Legislature takes action.