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By Mark Davis
The nation founders, the Lone Star State thrives
Topic - David Armstrong
There has been a ban on billboards in the city of Columbus since 2000 even though there are some along U.S. Highway 45.
As the top official at the nonprofit Landon School, an exclusive private day school for about 700 boys on a 75-acre campus in Bethesda, headmaster David Armstrong receives nearly a half-million dollars per year, tax forms show.
PSC Chairman David Armstrong says the higher monthly bills could come as a shock to many customers.
PSC Commission Chairman David Armstrong says seven-digit local calling will end in that area as of Feb. 1 so automatic dialing in telecommunications devices must be updated by then.