There seems to have been more than a little confusion as to what the city’s plans were last week for the display of locally produced tourism banners created by School District 52 students.
The Daily News in a front page story in Friday’s paper outlined how the local students may end up having their artwork bumped from the more prestigious cruise ship dock area and instead moved further down the road towards McBride street and George Hills Way. A decision that would make way for commercially designed banners for the City take their place where the cruise ship visitors congregate.
Needless to say that is a plan that isn’t being met with a particularly kind reaction from the local population, who weren’t too shy last week in expressing their argument against any shifting of the artwork.
No doubt aware that it’s probably not very good optics to be shuffling the citizens work aside during an election year, there appeared to be a change in plans of sorts developing after the Daily News went to press on Friday…
( from the blog a town called podunk, click on the link below to see the entire article atowncalledpodunk.blogspot.com/2 … 8703893508 )-