Town’s new orange crosswalks ‘fantastic’: deputy mayor

By Andrew Bates  Local Journalism Initiative Reporter New orange crosswalks along the path of Saint Andrews’ Truth and Reconciliation walk are “fantastic,” the town’s deputy mayor said. The crosswalks, which carry a white feather design, went up at Indian Point at the end of last month, according to a post on the town’s Facebook page on July 31. At a council meeting Tuesday, deputy mayor Kate Akagi thanked the town’s works department, saying she’s received positive feedback. “I have been telephoned, emailed, stopped on the street, and our feathers are bigger than the one in St. Stephen,” she told council. “I love the feathers, I love the orange, and I love the fact that it enters and closes on Indian Point.” Mayor Brad Henderson told the Telegraph-Journal that the council…

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