(NH1 News) For years, Durham's post office has been at the center of controversy over a mural some local residents find racist and offensive.
It depicts a Native American holding a torch, apparently ready to set a Dover settler's house on fire.
"Complaints are fairly frequent. A visitor marching into our office and saying, ‘how can you have this racist, offensive picture in our post office?'" said Todd Selig, Durham Town Administrator.
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Some Durham residents want the image of the Native American removed.
"I'd side with removing it," said Steven Barard of Durham, as he left the post office Tuesday.