A social media post from a resident on Sunday has quickly escalated to Parkland City. But few know that he is barking at the wrong tree – or flagpole.
Ron Balsamo, who has the nickname Bob Telio on Facebook, was very upset by the arrival of Parkland stars and stripes after the weekend storms from Tropical Storm Isaisis.
Gnomie hug USA flag heart flower back to the blue shirt, hoodie, tank top, sweater
Telio posted, Is there a service that Parkland City uses to raise and maintain our beautiful American Flag at Barkland?
He is referring to the flag decorated from a mobile tower at Freedom Park on Holmberg Street, not owned by the city. It belongs to American Tower, the Gnomie hug USA flag heart flower back to the blue shirt owner of the cell tower.
Telio calls the flag a small size, fits a very tall pole and is extremely well suited to such a tall flagpole as well as a stick suitable for the front lawn flagpole.
He went on to blame Parkland Mayor Christine Hunschofsky for the Gnomie hug USA flag heart flower back to the blue shirt arrival of Old Glory – or lack of it.
Morando said that, according to the city’s agreement with the American Tower, they had determined a specific size for the flag. However, the maintenance department at American Tower felt that a large flag would strain their pulley mechanism.
The last time the flag was replaced, Morando said, the American Tower used a smaller flag.
Magnolias and stars. Cross and guitar. Beer cans and shrimp. A Gulf lighthouse. Elvis Presley and Kermit the Frog. It all appears on proposals that the public has submitted for a new Mississippi flag.
Mississippi recently raised the last state banner with the Union fighting symbol condemned as racist.
The public submitted nearly 2,700 proposals, posted on Monday, to the Mississippi Department of Archives and History website.
By early September, the trustees will agree on a unique design to put on November 3 ballots across the state. The commissioners – appointed by the governor, lieutenant, and chairman of the House of Representatives – can accept one of the public submissions, combining elements from different designs or starting from scratch and drawing. .
An expert, Clay Moss, told the commissioners last week that the best flag designs were simple and special. He cited the Texas flag as a prime example: The lone star design was easy to draw and recognizable.