Back in August, the flag below showed up at the triangle by the hospital in Hudson. When it first went up, we checked with city officials, who were not completely sure at the time, if it was legal or not, being it was not a campaign sign. It was an anti-campaign sign (or flag)
and we're not sure why the artist thought Faso had a connection to Putin anyway.
The banner made it's way around several locations in Hudson, including the triangle with the Olympic flame, before going away.
A new version has shown up, on 3rd Street, outside the former St. Mary's school.
Somebody has a lot of time on their hands, and spray paint.
The first flag does match the Russian colors, the new one does not.