The mayor of Owensboro and his commission buddies decided to rule without a public vote on placing the controversial Confederate soldier statue in a city museum.

Does the newly elected commission conduct its business now behind closed doors? I tried to find a public article on this issue for more detailed reason they came to this decision. I guess the taxpayers and folks who want the statue to stay in its place have to settle for vagueness by the commissioners' decisions as well.

Gail Morra

Owensboro

 

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