Only cer­tain flags fly

Journal Pioneer - - PRINCE COUNTY - KENS­ING­TON

The town of Kens­ing­ton has adopted a flag fly­ing pol­icy. Re­cently, the town has re­ceived a num­ber of re­quests from or­ga­ni­za­tions to fly their flags on town-owned flag­poles. The new pol­icy states that no flag, other than a Canada, P.E.I. or Town of Kens­ing­ton flag, will be flown from mu­nic­i­pally owned flag­poles. There is one ex­cep­tion, the fourth flag­pole located at the front of the town’s Rail Yards prop­erty. This flag­pole will typ­i­cally fly a Town of Kens­ing­ton flag how­ever it will also be des­ig­nated for groups and or­ga­ni­za­tions who re­quest their event flag be flown from a town flag­pole. The pol­icy also al­lows the town to fly the ap­pro­pri­ate flag on the oc­ca­sion of a vis­it­ing dig­ni­tary. The flag may be flown for the du­ra­tion of the dig­ni­tary’s visit.

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