Menifee adopts military banner policy

MENIFEE – The Menifee City Council unanimously adopted a military banner policy, at its last city council meeting, Feb. 19, that guides the city’s military banner program, a program that displays military service members on city light poles throughout various corridors in the city. The pilot program began in 2012 and posted well over 300 banners in the city on display of local hometown heroes. “The city of Menifee has the largest population of current military and veteran families in southwest Riverside County, and it is our honor to recognize our local heroes and give a face and name to those who sacrificed for our country,” Councilmember Lesa Sobek, one of the founders of the program in 2012 as a committee member, said. The official adoption of the military banner policy
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