Limn (limning) – to highlight something with bright light.
Such parties must also (with some exceptions) obtain a permit for each sign. See id. § 3.02(2)(a); see also id. § 3.02(2)(b) (limning exceptions for, inter alia, on-premise signs, on-property for sale or for rent signs, artistic signs, and signs “erected solely for . . . public elections”).
In this appeal Selya reinstated a case challenging Massachusetts billboard regulations on First Amendment grounds. The First Circuit makes something of a habit of striking down Massachusetts state regulations and statutes.