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Georgia cities municipal symbols, flags unknown (U.S.)

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The cities listed below are known to have municipal symbols, but we have been unable to determine any further details.


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Baxley

Baxley's flag is a logo on white as seen behind the mayor at http://www.baxley.org/exec/site/?mid=70 .
Dov Gutterman, 25 October 2002

College Park

College Park's flag is the logo/seal on white and fringed. It was seen on photos at the town website: http://www.collegeparkga.com//images/whatsnew.feb702.jpg
http://collegeparkga.com/images/citycouncil.2002.jpg, but these are no longer available.
Dov Gutterman, 23 October 2002

Decatur

The City of Decatur flag is reported to be the city logo on a white field, but no images have been found to confirm this. The logo is found on the city webpage - a stylized row of buildings with a church at the center.
Dov Gutterman, 23 October 2002

College Park's flag is its logo on a white field and fringed. It was seen on photos at the city site: http://www.collegeparkga.com, although the images have since been removed.
Dov Gutterman, 23 October 2002

Fayetteville

After a three-month search, city officials in Fayetteville have chosen a design for a new city flag. Nita McFarlin submitted the winning design, and her creation was unveiled at the June 6 [2002] City Council meeting. McFarlin also received $200 for her efforts. A longtime Fayette County resident, McFarlin once attended school in the same building that now houses City Hall, according to Main Street manager Nancy Price. The idea for a city flag was brought to Price earlier this year by Councilman Larry Dell, and a countywide contest was organized to find the best design incorporating the city's slogan, "A History with a Future." A team chosen by the mayor and City Council reviewed the submissions and chose the winner.
Dov Gutterman, 21 December 2002

Thunderbolt

The website at www.hist.armstrong.edu/heritage/ThunderboltsGovernment.htm stated that on 15 April 1949, Fred Rotureau presented his design for Thunderboltís first official town flag at the Club Royal. The flag depicts an anchor and a thunderbolt representing the defining moments in Thunderboltís history. The anchor and the blue background reflect the importance of water throughout Thunderboltís past.
Dov Gutterman, 5 January 2003

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