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Feb 06, 2014


Tanya Turnock

I honestly believe in the equality of all. To attempt to allow narrow minded people to dictate who can hold an event or how to advertise in Pine County is ignorant of those people. I have many friends and family who are in same sex relationships and there's nothing wrong with it in my eyes. If those who oppose of the Pride in the park event are speaking on religious beliefs-last time I checked our God doesn't discriminate. If it was only 30 calls... Um looking at the population of Pine County that's barely enough to shake a stick at.

Dan Carlson

Pine City has always seemed to have trouble with signage and advertising for public events and businesses. I'm all for having any kind of signs that help promote things in the community. Someone or some business is always going to complain, but having a sign available to anybody would be great, and that would be a great location. I agree a school is a bad location to have a sign not pertaining to school events...but a community sign at that location would work, and should be open to any group, church, business, or organization as long as it doesn't promote hate, violence, crime,..etc etc..or strictly for-profit events.

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