Eagan has a new city logo: a more expensive version of the old city logo:
[The old] symbol, a more realistic green tree outlined in black, was in use since 2004. It was sometimes compared to a stalk of broccoli.
A prominent graphic designer who lives in Eagan, Allan Peters, designed the updated logo for $75,000.
But practice makes perfect:
The city is on its fourth logo since the 1970s, each featuring what the city called a “strong, independent tree.”
This is what happens when a formerly sensible suburb gets overrun by DFLers fleeing DFL policies in Minneapolis and Saint Paul, but who bring their DFL politics with ’em.