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Florida Dealership Forced To Remove American Flag Banners Or Pay County Code Violation Fine

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WEST PALM BEACH, Fla. – A local car dealership may be paying a price for patriotism. The Kia car dealership on South Military Trail was issued a code-enforcement violation from Palm Beach County for displaying American Flag banners on its property.

The notice cites a Unified Land Development code that prohibits displaying banners, streamers, pennants, balloons or other signage made of lightweight fabric, plastic, or similar material.

The six American flag banners currently wave proudly at the entrance of the dealership.

“We’re just trying to show our patriotism,” said Mike Wangle, General Manager of the dealership. More

HT: Youth For Palin

 

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