CITGO Will not Become A Landmark After Mayor's Veto

Boston, MA Boston

Boston Mayor Marty Walsh, Citgo, Related Beal, and Boston University released a joint statement on Thursday that they have reached a deal, announcing that they will keep the famous sign in place “for years to come.”

We are pleased to share that we have reached a long-term resolution that will preserve the Citgo sign and allow for it to remain in place in Kenmore Square for years to come, recognizing the significance that this sign has on our landscape in Boston, while balancing the opportunity for our horizons to continue evolving in future years.

It still needs final approval from Walsh and the City Council, but at least people are glad that CITGO will not disappear in Boston since it has already became a important part in Bostoners' memories.

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