|Published: 9:00 AM, 07/03/2013
||Last updated: 9:01 AM, 07/03/2013
Author: Michael Thomason
Source: The Monroe County Advocate
MADISONVILLE-Is it okay to personalize
a work truck like it's your desk? How about if it's a city
That question was raised Monday night
during a Madisonville Mayor and Aldermen board meeting when Mayor
Glenn Moser said he had received several calls about bumper stickers
on a city truck.
"I'm not sure what our policy is
about such things," Moser said. "I wanted to see what the board
Before the board could say anything,
city employee Chuck Phillips said the calls were probably about his
"I have an Alabama sticker on my
truck," he said. "That's the problem."
Alderman Bill Spradlin, who serves as
police commissioner, said patrol cars have several stickers on them
and he doesn't plan on taking them off.
"We have stickers for childhood
cancer care," he said, "MADD, pink ribbons for breast cancer and
one for my son (officer Steven Spradlin who died five years ago)."
See full story in the Wednesday, July 3, edition of The Advocate & Democrat.
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