"It just upsets me that people like this dictate to us what we can and cannot do," supporter Pam Schuck said.
"I don't think that the state should get involved with religion. I don't think it should be endorsed," residents Sam Monsen said.
"We have a free country like free religion and I think they should be able to put the crosses down here," supporter Marissa Ricketts said.
The 30 crosses, standing between six and eight feet tall, would have been decorated by children attending a Bible school camp, and then placed along Riverside Drive; between Court Street and Locust Street.
The city could choose to appeal the decision. The Cross the River opening ceremonies are still going to be held on the Riverfront Sunday, beginning at 3:00 p.m.
No word on any final decision on where the crosses will go. Our calls to The Kunkel Group have not been returned.
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