Suburban Outlaw: In search of great s...

Suburban Outlaw: In search of great service

There are 2 comments on the Rochester Democrat and Chronicle story from Apr 20, 2012, titled Suburban Outlaw: In search of great service. In it, Rochester Democrat and Chronicle reports that:

The tribute to Army Sgt. Devin Snyder, who was killed in Afghanistan, was painted last summer on a large rock alongside Interstate 390, close to her hometown of Cohocton.

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FUBL

Rochester, NY

#2 Apr 22, 2012
What was painted on it before the Devin Snyder stuff?
Whats gives them the right to take it over ?

IescapedNY

Since: Nov 11

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#3 Apr 22, 2012
FUBL wrote:
What was painted on it before the Devin Snyder stuff?
Whats gives them the right to take it over ?
Agreed

I would like to know who actually owns the rock Town,County, State, Federal land? What gives one group the right over the Sorority house or teens who have been painting on the rock since the highway was built.

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