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Topic - David B. Lochridge
Mr. Lochridge, though, stressed that nobody on the council ever proposed getting rid of the original town emblem.
"The current seal, if you look at it, if that's the goal of whatever you're putting it on, then you should have something you can at least read," said Mr. Lochridge, who has a marketing background.