Letter: Dear town council, please put the flag issue to rest

Posted 3/5/21

To the editor:

I'm sure there are more people than me who might agree with John Taylor's letter regarding a solution to the flag turmoil. A separate flag pole ("Freedom" Pole) at the Police Cove. …

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Letter: Dear town council, please put the flag issue to rest

Posted

To the editor:

I'm sure there are more people than me who might agree with John Taylor's letter regarding a solution to the flag turmoil. A separate flag pole ("Freedom" Pole) at the Police Cove. What a brilliant idea! Then the American Flag can fly peacefully in front of the Town Hall without so much controversy and disagreement and people or organizations can apply for a time slot to fly their special flag that represents their personal causes.

Audrey Rogers

Barrington

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