“We have decided that on balance the best approach is to move forward and protect the sign which ultimately is there, not for the purposes of advertising Coca Cola, but for the purpose really of giving us a sense what the neighborhood was like,” Campos said. “There is a historic value to that sign.”
Since that’s exactly what Bernalwood has been saying since day one, we can only say, Hurrah! The Examiner says Campos will introduce legislation next week to save the sign, and we’ll keep you posted as soon as the details become known.
Photo: Halsted Bernard