Public Information Officer Melinda Mayo reports that as of Wednesday afternoon, more than 500 people had clicked onto the city’s survey that seeks to gauge public support for either seal. Oddly, 16 people who clicked on the survey didn’t bother to say which one they liked better, but the remainder overwhelmingly voted for the original seal. The vote count stood at 445 to 47 as of Wednesday afternoon.
We wrote about the seals here.
City Manager Chris Morrill explained why he brought it up here.
And you can still vote for your favorite here.
Which seal gains your approval?