It’s time to have your say on the Citgo sign’s future

The debate over the future of the Citgo sign is still quietly grinding on. Now it’s the public’s turn to weigh in on what — if anything — should be done to protect the fixture on Boston’s skyline.

“This is a rather complicated situation,” said Greg Galer, executive director of the Boston Preservation Alliance. “It’s not just like landmarking a regular building.”


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