A man making a personal statement on gun violence at the scene of the Christmas Eve ambush in Webster says he is now working with the town and neighbors on a compromise to keep his sign up.
Paul Libera posted the sign in January. Libera says he was told by the town to remove the sign but, in a compromise, he agreed to cover it. He says he then put the word "censored" on the tarp.
Libera says the Town of Webster asked him to write to neighbors, explaining the purpose of the sign.
Libera posted the sign in the front yard of a friend's home that burned down during the attack that left two firefighters dead and three more injured.