1897675_715919605162712_916110322662260707_nA 48-foot-tall cross in an eastern Michigan town has come under fire, after disputes sprang up over having the religious symbol on public property. For decades, the cross has stood way up at the top of Grand Haven’s Dewey Hill for about 15 days out of the year. Now, after recent controversy over the cross, and a city council vote against the symbol, residents will no longer be able to see it. According to the NBC affiliate Wood TV, the Grand Haven city council voted 3-2 in favor of replacing the cross with an anchor and limiting access to the property. Opponents to the cross display were prepared to sue the city, but have said that as long as the city follows through with its decision, there won’t be any further need for a lawsuit. More