Smashing pots, shameful

Several of the flower pots throughout the Town were broken by vandals on Saturday night.  They were just replanted with Spring flowers by community volunteers on Saturday morning.  The Chamber and many residents are working hard to make Superior look nicer and be a better place to live.  How sad that some people think destruction is the answer to their problems.  Whoever you are, you should know that each one of the pots was “adopted” by someone and many were in Memory of a loved one.  Perhaps the broken pots were in memory of someone you know or loved.  Shame on you. 

/s/ Sue Anderson

Superior Chamber of Commerce

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