Good morning on this cooler Wednesday.Today is Flag Day, first declared by President Woodrow Wilson in 1916 to celebrate the American flag.But did you know each of the city’s boroughs has its own flag? Here’s a guide:The Bronx The Bronx was the first borough to have an official flag, according to the Bronx borough historian, Lloyd Ultan. It was created in 1912, a year before the New York City flag, and it hasn’t changed since. It was adopted into city law in the 1960s.The colors: Orange, white and blue. “Those were the original colors of the Netherlands when this was a Dutch colony,” Mr. Ultan said.The symbols: The eagle, facing east, represents “the hope of the New World, while not forgetting the heritage … Next »
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