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By David A. Clarke Jr.
Planning for the last attack doesn't make Americans safer
Topic - David Engle
Despite strong opposition from some local residents, a Washington school board voted unanimously Monday night to drop Port Townsend High School's "Redskins" mascot after nearly 90 years.
Superintendent David Engle said the community will be part of the process in choosing a new name and mascot.
"What I would say is a maritime community like ours, we always have people moving in and out," he told Q13 Fox. "It's part of the richness of the community. We have to make space in our community for lots of different views."