The fate of the street banner program is set to again take center stage at Monday's City Council meeting.
The controversy first erupted last December when NBU took down a Knights of Columbus banner that read "Keep Christ in Christmas." NBU said it was a religious message--not an advertisement for a local event.
"It's been really a nice thing for our non-profits to have that very inexpensive way to advertise their evets. It's been a shame that we've had just a few individuals kind of pushing that envelope" said New Braunfels Mayor Gale Pospisol. She told 550 KTS A News the Council could plan a workshop to further discuss the program.
"One of the things NBU was concerned about was there could be some liability of they refused to put up a banner and then an organization that wants it would take them to court" Pospisol said.