Covington City Council wears new city logo

Covington City Council members got into the spirit of the new Covington logo, wearing T-shirts with the logo on them at their council meeting on April 17. The new Covington logo features a large tree symbolic of an active lifestyle and recreation opportunities, the skyline of the Covington Square representing commerce, and a historic house signifying the rich history and housing available in Covington. Left to right are Public Relations Manager Trey Sanders, City Manager Leigh Anne Knight, council member Hawnethia Williams, Mayor Ronnie Johnston, council members Ocie Franklin, Kenneth Morgan, and Michael Whatley, Public Media Specialist Beth Ivey, and council members Chris Smith and Josh McKelvey. (Staff Photo: Larry Stanford)

Covington City Council members got into the spirit of the new Covington logo, wearing T-shirts with the logo on them at their council meeting on April 17. The new Covington logo features a large tree symbolic of an active lifestyle and recreation opportunities, the skyline of the Covington Square representing commerce, and a historic house signifying the rich history and housing available in Covington. Left to right are Public Relations Manager Trey Sanders, City Manager Leigh Anne Knight, council member Hawnethia Williams, Mayor Ronnie Johnston, council members Ocie Franklin, Kenneth Morgan, and Michael Whatley, Public Media Specialist Beth Ivey, and council members Chris Smith and Josh McKelvey. (Staff Photo: Larry Stanford)

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