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The Verde Independent | Cottonwood, Arizona
Thursday, August 28, 2014
City logo issue to come before Cottonwood City Council Tuesday
The logo on the left is the current choice of the city council while the one on the right was the preferred choice of the advisory committee to the council.
The logo on the left is the current choice of the city council while the one on the right was the preferred choice of the advisory committee to the council.
COTTONWOOD -- A number of Cottonwood citizens are chomping at the bit to give their two cents to the City Council about the city's proposed logo.

Tuesday, the council will consider adopting the logo, tag line and branding strategy that has turned into a hot potato for the city.



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