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To the Editor – Open letter to Cedar Springs concerning the logo of Red Flannels

After being in Cedar Springs since 1951, and my husband, Oscar Goller, who was working for the Clipper girls I feel I must ask all of you that live in the City and those that are residents of Cedar Springs how do you feel about the problems that face our town now? Do we as citizens of this community, have the right or the say as if the logo is used to promote Cedar Springs? We elect persons to fill the offices of the City and we select those that serve on the Festival Committee. If you feel that we should have our City use the logo then make it known.

We have the right to change permission for the use if we so wish. We don’t need to sue anyone, we need to compromise.

It’s going to be on the ballot in November if you want to fund the special events, so it’s up to you to make the decision.

I think that I can hear Grace and Nina saying that they just wanted to put Cedar Springs on the map, and with everyone’s help, and it takes everyone’s help to make it happen, we can work together as we have in the past. The only reason for this problem is the money is tight for all of us, but will we have the will to make Red Flannel Day our very own special day?

Mary Goller-Kilts
Cedar Springs

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