Last month, the city of Bandon enacted the following proclamation to declare December 7, as Washed Ashore Day.
What was the Mayor thinking?
The Day of Infamy is now Trash Art Day. Washed Ashore supports designating half the pacific as a National Marine Sanctuary and this “nonprofit” received money in the form of a grant from NOAA.
Way to go, maybe on Veterans Day the city council can proclaim it Bandon Marsh Mosquito Day. It seems fitting since the Mayor conspirers with The USFWS.
The Mayor and Councilors are selling heritage to purchase the support of special interest, again…..Rob T.
Rob. That was one specific day . . . the day of the city council meeting. It was a one day proclamation, to honor them for having been chosen for the TV show. It has nothing to do with any perpetual, ongoing honor, and you know that as well as I do. It was that specific date because our council meeting happened to fall on Dec. 7. I am sure our administrative assistant never gave it a second thought because proclamations are always dated on the day of the council meeting. Sorry if it fell on Dec. 7.
And, if a council meeting falls on Veterans Day, and someone asks us for a proclamation, one may well be signed on that day.
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