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Home » Archives » November 2010 » Will The Lopez Memorial Cannon Remain?

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11/16/2010: "Will The Lopez Memorial Cannon Remain?"


The question of the Odlin Park cannon will be discussed today (11-16-10) at 11:15 a.m.). The question before the County Council is in the form of a mini-initiative submitted by Lopez resident Dan Post that the cannon at Odlin Park “remain at its current location, be protected by the County, and serve as a memorial for all those who have died at war, Should this measure be enacted into law?”

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