Gary Velie, president of the Clallam County Veterans Association, speaks out against changing the silhouetted soldiers that adorn a recently installed fence that protects the Liberty Bell replica in Veterans Memorial Park during a public comment portion of Wednesday night’s meeting of the Port Angeles City Council. (Keith Thorpe/Peninsula Daily News)

Gary Velie, president of the Clallam County Veterans Association, speaks out against changing the silhouetted soldiers that adorn a recently installed fence that protects the Liberty Bell replica in Veterans Memorial Park during a public comment portion of Wednesday night’s meeting of the Port Angeles City Council. (Keith Thorpe/Peninsula Daily News)

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