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The City of Vancouver’s is out the cold fire for instinctive too necessary for some, and too expensive for others.
The City of Vancouver released new logo which will cost taxpayers $8,000, and possibly more, and it is already getting an annoyed appreciation.
The city says the supplementary wordmark was ordered in a bid to be more identifiable to the city’s ethnically diverse population.
NPA councilors George Affleck and Melissa de Genova were the without help dissenting votes adjacent the controversial new design.
— Melissa De Genova (@MelissaDeGenova) February 22, 2017
Genova says that the price tag is excessive, particularly after the city raised property taxes to stroke the overdose crisis.
If Council thinks we concerning in such dire dependence of money for the opioid overdose crisis, why did we spend $8,000 to concerning-brand and to introduce an additional logo gone citizens of Vancouver were to the front glad taking into account the logo we currently had?
However, the $8,000 price tag does not factor how much it will cost to replace existing signage.
The cities six Welcome to Vancouver signs will compulsion to be replaced on the peak of the course of neighboring years budget, at the cost of $25,000 each.
The city last redid its visual identity in 2006.
However, while the new wordmark is meant to attainment updated image of the City of Vancouver as a modern, promoter and intensely desirable place to breathing and put-on, social media was fast to react and wasn’t particularly charitable.
— gabbykalaw (@gabbykalaw) February 22, 2017
— SKY Alphabet ? (@skyalphabet) February 22, 2017
Congrats, Vancouver council, way to spend $8000 MOTHERLOVIN DOLLARS on a logo change we didnt want and didnt need. #GiveMeThatMoneyInstead
— 로?Ro (@RoMsicle) February 22, 2017
— Christopher Cheung (@bychrischeung) February 22, 2017
— Arm Pilot (@direlog) February 22, 2017
my suggestion for the new city of vancouver logo. thoughts? its pretty dope, eh? pic.twitter.com/DPUUPPGgh2
— Jaime Bueza (@jbueza) February 22, 2017