Council reverses course, votes to leave Matador on water tower
Posted on 9/14/2018 7:08:00 AM.
 
 
Seguin Mayor Don Keil is the first to make a donation to the Seguin Sports Booster Club. The donation, provided Tuesday to Booster Club President Cathy Beicker, will be used to help pay the $7,000 needed to have the Matador logo repainted on a city water tower off East Kingsbury Street.
(Seguin) -- The Seguin City Council reversed course Tuesday night and voted to leave the Matador logo and lettering on the Lucille Street water tower near East Kingsbury Street.
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Matador will stay on water tower
Posted on 9/12/2018 8:58:00 AM.
(Seguin) -- The Seguin City Council reversed course Tuesday night and voted to leave the Matador logo and lettering on the Lucille Street water tower near East Kingsbury Street. The council last week approved a $413,000 bid to allow the tower to be repainted, and to replace the Matador with the city's "It's Real" logo. The news angered many in the community, who questioned why the council would allow a symbol of Matador pride be taken off the water tower.
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Council to revisit water tower issue
Posted on 9/11/2018 7:15:00 AM.
 
 
(Seguin) -- The Seguin City Council is set to reconsider whether or not the city will paint over the Seguin Matador logo on a water tower off of East Kingsbury Street and replace it with the city's "It's Real" logo and tagline.
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