Good, if they purchase the property and it's private land, great. Put spot lights on it, make it shine and glisten. Pass out fliers with free admission on Tuesdays.<quoted text>
It is in public property but it is not maintained by the city or county. Volunteers are responsible for the upkeep.
Our government is secular, true. But our government is NOT our nation. The people are. The people in Riverside want that cross to stay, the mass majority, anyway.
A cross on private government property does not violate the Constitution, as the Constitution insures freedom if religion and guarantees that our government cannot form a national religion.
But no prob, we are selling the land to a private owner that will keep the cross standing & the atheists crying.
THAT is the "my way or the highway" mentality of some atheists. They don't care if 99% of the people want a cross on a hill, they want what they want and that's it.
Don't use public property for display of a religious icon that implies govt. inclination to favor a specific religion.
That is what that promotes.