Atlantic City to SPEND $36,000 to REDO a BLM Mural on Busy Road

FILE - In this Sept. 4, 2020 file photo, volunteers Christine Ruth and Jenna Alcantara apply paint to a Black Lives Matter mural on Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard in Atlantic City, N.J. Atlantic City says it will re-do the Black Lives Matter tribute because the original painting of those words across the entire street confused motorists who didn't know where to drive on it. (AP Photo/Noah K. Murray, File)

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Atlantic City says it will repaint a BLM Tribute on the street because the original was confusing to motorists that didn’t know where to drive.

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Mayor Marty Small says they will repaint the words onto the repaved road in a manner that does not obscure lane divider markings. The City Council voted Wednesday night to spend $36,000 to repace the road.

“It was an oversight on our part, and when we realized it, we fixed it,” Mayor Marty Small said. “The words ”Black Lives Matter” will still be on the street.”

City Council member LaToya Dunston accused the city of wasting taxpayer dollars by painting the road without knowing the rules governing it.

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