West Hollywood News
WEST HOLLYWOOD—The City Council of West Hollywood unanimously approved a
The new flag is a compromise to temper the growing criticism that followed the removal of the rainbow flag that flew on top of City Hall.
Back in November 2013, City Council voted to affirm the practice of displaying only the official flags of the
“The flag was never historically flown over City Hall,” said Joshua Schare, Public Information Officer for the City of
During City Council’s meeting on Monday, February 3, 2014, the board approved the use of the City’s rainbow logo designed with lettering and squares shaped as a rough geographical outline of the municipality. The same logo has been on West Hollywood Sheriff’s vehicles and City of
“The Feb. 3 decision affirms the use of the City’s rainbow logo on City flags throughout the City of
Schare told Canyon News that part of the debate included some questions about this flag being representative of the entire constituency. While there is still disagreement on the demographics of WeHo, everyone on City Council approved the new flag.
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