Dec 282011
 

Could Mayor Gray and Commerce Lex advertise Lexington's newest Top 10 designation? There's certainly room to the right. Photo by Danny Mayer.

Please read the petition below and, if you like, sign it by entering your name and email address.

Lexington: Top 10 Occupied City

I support Creatives for Common Sense in their quest to get Lexington Mayor Jim Gray to print and hang a banner advertising Lexington's position as the longest running Wall Street occupation in North America. The banner should be placed alongside the other Lexington accomplishments enshrined in banners on the Commerce Lexington building, which faces the all-important Main Street corridor. Banner should read: #1: Best Cities to hold a prolonged Wall Street Occupation.

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  One Response to “Lexington: Top 10 Occupied City Petition”

  1. […] to Hold a Prolonged Wall Street Occupation January 5, 2012By David M. F. SchankulaA petition from North of Center: I support Creatives for Common Sense in their quest to get Lexington Mayor Jim Gray to print and […]

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