Goshen Council votes down proposal for BLM mural on Main St.

(Photo Supplied/The City of Goshen)

Citing concerns over public safety the City Council and Mayor Jeremy Stutsman voted not to support a proposal that would have painted “Black Lives Matters” across the downtown thoroughfare.

The proposal was made by a local activit but with recommendations from city officials it was determined that the project was simply not safe enough. However, the city did take steps to allow the Mayor to commission a mural.

This would not be something painted on a street but could still give BLM supporters a chance to express their message; if so desired.

You can read more here with The Goshen News

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Thor June 23, 2020 at 11:29 am

Pants up! Don’t loot!
Paint that on the street.

Tommy June 25, 2020 at 11:58 am

And people wonder why black folks are upset. Look at this clown. ^^

Charles U Farley June 23, 2020 at 12:32 pm

Good! I’m glad it was denied (whatever the reason). We’ve had enough racial division for one year, thanks.


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