The Cedar Springs City Council will consider a recommendation Thursday evening, February 14, by the committee researching a new logo and tagline for the city.
According to City Manager Thad Taylor’s comments in this week’s City Council agenda packet, the committee received 16 entries for a new logo/tagline, and unanimously selected the tagline “Cherishing our Heritage, Embracing our Future,” with a logo of a cedar tree and a spring. They decided not to recommend any of the remaining 15 entries for further consideration.
If the Council approves, the committee recommends having school students design the logo, and then having an artist experienced in logo design refine it.
Mayor Bob Truesdale said that while they will be reviewing this new logo idea, there still has been some talk from people in the community about residents privately raising funds to once again use the Red Flannel logo. “We would like the community to come and give some input on that,” said Truesdale.
He noted that there just might be some Valentine treats for those that show up, compliments of the Council. The meeting starts at 7 p.m. at Cedar Springs City Hall.