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Crestview city council to decide on Confederate flag


The city council in Crestview is trying to decide what to do about the Confederate flag that flies at Bill Lundy Memorial Park.

Last night the council heard comments from people who want the flag taken down, and those who want it to stay. Some say it symbolizes racism and hate, others say it represents heritage.

The flag was first put up in 1958 to honor Civil War Veteran Bill Lundy. The council did not reach a decision about what to do with the flag.