Law Enforcement Memorial
ApplPsydarr-PGO Posts: 113 ✭✭✭
This is the only thing in this parking lot and is permanent. It is clearly put into the ground. Is it because it is slightly defaced? I've had some things defaced get rejected despite the object being completely acceptable without that minor inconvenience.
It is visible on streetview. It has the appearance that it’s something some just painted rather than official.
your picture is not sharp enough to read what it says.
is there a specific reason or incident that is the reason it is here? BHaving a weblink about it would boost its credibility.
That's just bad screenshot quality. Reviewers have the ability to click on the photo and I just did it and it reads clearly and officially.
Thats good that the original is clear. Perhaps quote some of the text in the description or point out to reviewers in supplementary if the text confirms it is official.
Sadly not every reviewer will click to zoom in.
Memorial site should be 50+ year old and of famous personality.
Even in map i couldn't locate that memorial.
Memorials don’t have a time limit attached, so there is no issue because of that.
It is is visible on streetview - It’s in a parking area off McCarran Boulevard. Tagging something on Google maps might help, but just because it’s not tagged does not mean reject.
My first instinct when I saw this image was “temporary”. It just looks like an unofficial sign that just about anyone put together, and just about anyone could dismantle. Pretty sure the next storm will take it into the next county. Supporting information about the sign, such as who put it up and when, would help build credibility with your reviewers.
It doesn't need to be 50+ but to avoid reviewers that think so I guess I'll call it a dedication site or something and if you look left of your screenshot location you can see it on streetview clearly.