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-- small town mayor crying foul over a Little League scoreboard.
Honoring a fallen soldier.
The mayor says he has repeatedly -- the town to have this taken down any even offered to pay for -- but why exactly did he find -- so offensive.
Trace Gallagher live in LA with.
-- -- Game as a relic has been the mayor of lemons are massed outside of Boston Megan for nineteen years in thirty years ago he bought a bunch of land and he is who let the Little League use it for a lot of things like building.
A field for handicap players and also of course.
For that scoreboard will now he wants to build some homes on his property and he is that the Little League to please move the scoreboard Little League says okay won't move it but we need a survey.
But they can't afford a survey and the city won't pay -- -- survey while the mayor says god knows I've got a survey you can use it they say no not good enough.
We want our own survey and as you mentioned the scoreboard is also memorial to a local soldier killed in Iraq Jonathan -- bearish.
His family says the scoreboard can be moved.
That's fine as long as it is moved with very very great care.
So this city the mayor and the Little League are still at a standup listen to bolster.
If anybody else.
Just put a sign -- on somebody else's property or if they put -- censor anything else or trash there would have been they would look.
They would have been polling firm.
Ending -- an investigation wherever if I did that on your property.
If we don't have access to it.
I'd expect me to move -- the only way to do is come to our center field which is ridiculous he gonna drive a tractor over center field.
The mayor blames this on a local board member who he thinks has got it out forum for some long standing political.
Vendetta he thinks he's trying to embarrass him politically and that's why.
This board member will not help the city help him move this off of his property not exactly field of dreams and -- -- mass.
Certainly isn't -- thank you all right.
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