A giant American flag was painted by K&B Striping over several days on the field in front of the Burr family home at 1314 Fairview Avenue. The Burr family said that they missed the flag after taking a four year break from painting it and decided to adorn their lawn once again. The family will have a community celebration Monday, July 4th at 6 p.m., with Lt. Gov. Jenean Hampton as a special guest. The flag took 700 gallons of paint and over 120 hours to lay out the design. Another several days were spent painting the flag. Nicolas Fernandez, an employee of the Burr's, said the design took him about three weeks to complete before the painters arrived. The project started in 2002, in honor of the Sept. 11, 2001 terrorist attacks. It continued for 10 years, before taking a break after 2012.Video by Rich and Brent Price of http://www.newviewsaerial.com
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