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Letter: Long may ‘Fame’ stand

I have seen and heard a lot of opinions about “Fame.” Everyone is entitled to freedom of speech and opinions.

When I first moved to Salisbury, I immediately noticed “Fame.” I tell everyone about her. It was one of the reasons I decided to move to Salisbury.

The United Daughters of the Confederacy own both the land and “Fame.” Salisbury is full of history and so is “Fame.” No one should take away their property. Would you like someone to take away the property you have owned for years?

You cannot please everyone and you will never be able to.

I have black friends and I still want to express my support for “Fame.” Long may she stand.

— Mary Sechler

Salisbury

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