A Sign for 2012

Posted Tuesday, January 3, 2012, at 9:31 AM
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  • I've always thought it was kind of odd too, about the sign reading "Historic Brazil", but then I figured that historic could also mean just simply "old". Every town our age has a "history", some maybe more glamorous than others, but still a history. So I guess every town around our age could just as easily have a similiar sign.

    I am a life-long Brazil resident and am proud to be so, though I have had many disagreements with local city, county, and school board decisions. In the end, this is my home town, and I want the best for it.

    We can do better, individually and as a city, and we should always be striving to do so. I think whoever decided to use that parcel of land as it stands today, had good intentions and the result was worthwhile, and though I think using "Historic" is a bit of a stretch, it is trying to put a good appearance on our city to those who may be seeing it for the first time.

    I'm fine with it.

    -- Posted by ClayCountyGuy on Thu, Jan 5, 2012, at 7:43 AM
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