The city’s year-long experiment in allowing businesses to fly “feather banners” — so-called because they look like a giant quill feather — is going so well that city commissioners voted 5-0 this week to extend it another year.
The banners, so called because they stick up from their stands like giant quill pens or feathers, have become popular with businesses, especially those that don’t have high-profile locations.
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