So, the censors claim another victory.

About 920 signatures are sufficient to prompt the mayor to tear down the statue of Captain John O'Donnell in the O'Donnell Street park. (No word on the number of people who didn't sign the petition because they thought the proposal was ludicrous.)

Does anyone know the statue's current whereabouts?
Are George Clooney and dozen of his pals busy this weekend?
Will the city sell it?

Any insights would be appreciated.