The warning didn't sit well with a customer-a military veteran who told Power that he thought it was wrong to take down the flags. I have ordered a review of the actions of the employee and pending the completion of that review, the employee and her supervisor have been placed on leave. "I know that our customer base would love to see me say, 'Fire her, ' but I hate to see anybody lose their job".
"They told us to take them down or go to court over it".
According to WJXT, Power said the citation was issued to Jaguar Power Sports because the rooftop flags, which includes two United States flags, a Jacksonville Jaguars flag and flags representing each military branch, were in violation of city code.
"We support our military and veterans", he wrote, "and we appreciate the businesses who honor their service". Once a review of the actions in this matter is complete, appropriate corrective action will be enforced for any wrongdoing. "I'm retired. I'm a veteran". "My team is working with the city's Office of General Counsel to bring clarity to the relevant city laws".
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The store manager for Jaguar Power Sports, a motorcycle dealership at 4680 Blanding Blvd., posted a rant to social media Monday afternoon.
Surveillance video from that time shows the inspector getting in the customer's face.
Power is said to have gotten "in his face" and told him, "You did nothing for this country".
According to WJXT-TV, the veteran was asked by Power, "What did you do for this country?"
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"Tempers on all side's flaired (sic) I should never have been unprofessional and disrespectful period", the post said. That was not the goal of this.
People answering the phones Tuesday morning at City Hall were inundated with callers on the flag citation. On Tuesday, the city of Jacksonville suspended Power.
- The mayor of Jacksonville stepped in after a business owner's Facebook video about military flags went viral.
Right after the City of Jacksonville caught wind of the citation, its Chief of Staff Brian Hughes said it was reviewing the facts of the case, as well as current ordinances regarding flags and signs.
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City officials are now investigating the allegations against inspector Melinda Power, and they say they will be reviewing that video.