Supervisor David Campos has done an about-face as only a politician can, and according to the Examiner he's now declared that the vintage Coca-Cola sign that was causing that NIMBY-generated stir is, indeed, of historical value. Siding with folks like Bernalwood and the property owner, Campos says, "We have decided that on balance the best approach is to move forward and protect the sign which ultimately is there, not for the purposes of advertising Coca Cola, but for the purpose really of giving us a sense what the neighborhood was like." [Examiner via Bernalwood]