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Museum Sterling man’s tribute to childhood – Journal Advocate

Mark Walters at the counter in his Memory Lane museum, a tribute to the era of his childhood.

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We have discussed it at length, or as the saying goes, we have discussed it ad nauseum, Fountain said. He recalled that Mayor Randy Mills, Planning and Inspections Director Marvin Flanigan and council members addressed the proposed ordinance amendment on Friday evening of the retreat and again on Saturday and once again on Sunday. I dont know if weve ever spent that much time on anything, said Councilman Cleveland Stroud. Mills said it was a close second to another past zoning issue. Fountain and other council members remarked that despite the effort the group couldnt collectively come up with a compromise to the amendment language that would avoid future unsightly merchandise displays throughout the city. In this situation, under these circumstances, we couldnt find the answer, Mills said. Thats not to say it isnt out there. All expressed optimism that they would revisit the matter and come up with a solution that would allow Rockland Cargo to display its merchandise in compliance with the city code and still avoid undesirable effects on the citys image in the future.
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The era of his childhood was a time when “Neighbors were neighbors,” and “A promise and a handshake was as good as gold,” says Sterling native Mark Walters. Dubbed Memory Lane, the private museum features all original, local memorabilia from the decades Walter grew up in. Many of the items came from local businesses businesses that no longer exist, in most cases, like Bill’s Motors, Woolworth, Schad’s, and Stickney. And Walters can point out any of those items and name its source.
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