City Council addresses street paintings

At last night’s Cortland Common Council meeting, City Council approved a street closure for the touching up of the “Black Lives Matter” mural located at the intersection between Main St. and Court St.

Following the painting of the "Black Lives Matter" street mural in Cortland at the end of June, the mural was defaced with tire marks. The date on which the “Black Lives Matter” mural fix up will take place is still undetermined.

City Council approves the the touching up of the “Black Lives Matter” mural located at the intersection between Main St. and Court St:

In addition, City Council also discussed the painting of sidewalks, curbs, and streets in the City of Cortland. This discussion included the already approved “Back the Blue” mural. According to last night's Common Council meeting, the painting of this mural will most likely take place on the last weekend of August.

City Council discusses the painting of sidewalks, curbs, and streets in the City of Cortland: