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�S0{]Ti— <br /> F x <br /> U D <br /> PEACE S <br /> r. <br /> ■ 4 <br /> Office of the Mayor <br /> News Advisory <br /> Monday,May 22,2006 <br /> Contact:Mikki Dobski, Director of Communications& Special Projects, 235-5855, 876- <br /> 1564 <br /> Mayor Requests Flags Returned to Full Staff <br /> Today, May 22, 2006 marks the end of the official thirty day mourning period for <br /> slain officer Cpl. Scott Sevems. Mayor Stephen I Luecke has ordered flags at all City <br /> buildings and facilities to be returned to full staff. In addition, all business and residential <br /> flags may also be returned to full staff. "The response of the community in remembering <br /> and honoring Cpl. Sevems,with flags and signage,has been outstanding," Mayor Luecke <br /> noted. <br /> "On behalf of Chief Fautz and the South Bend Police Department, I thank <br /> everyone for the kindness and support shown to the family and friends of Cpl. Scott <br /> Sevems and to members of the Police Department during this time of sorrow," stated <br /> Mayor Luecke. "Though flags are returned to full staff, we will keep in our thoughts, <br /> Cpl. Sevems, and all of the officers who serve and protect our City everyday." <br /> As we approach the Memorial Day weekend, residents are encouraged to <br /> remember and honor all those who serve and have served our country and our <br /> community. The traditional Westside Memorial Day Parade honoring these heroes,will <br /> be held on Monday, May 29, at 8:15 AM starting at the corner of Ford and Olive Streets <br /> and proceeding west along Ford Street to Summit Drive. <br /> -30- <br />