Allbany, N.Y. - New York State is running out of time to remove "I Love New York" tourism signs from the Thruway.
If they're not taken down by Sunday, the state won't get the money back from a $14 million fine the government handed down. The Federal Highway Administration says the signs could potentially distract drivers, but state officials disagree. Governor Cuomo said earlier this week talks are ongoing with the government.
Reportedly, negotiations between the state and feds are stuck on things like font size and how many of the signs will be allowed to stay.