Monday, March 28, 2016

Defining Public Expression

Consider this unexpected find as I cruised North Peachtree through Kingsley at lunchtime:

What is it?

Is it inappropriately placed trash?

A code violation?

A practical joke?

House flipping debris?

A First-Amendment-protected expression regarding the state of the world or our community today?

Or even a public art installation?

Who decides?

Who enforces the decision?

Who is allowed to express their emotions about the subject and who is required to stay quiet?

Food for thought for your Monday in advance of tonight's City Council meeting.


Unknown said...

Maybe it's a "traffic calming" tool?

Unknown said...

How about a special amenity for bicyclists?