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Davis offered a free ice cream cone to anyone donating more than $5 to the Egyptian’s Save Our Banksy initiative. At that news, Tozer pulled a $10 bill from his wallet and plunked it on the podium. "There’s two ice cream cones," he declared.
The city aims to have the "Dirty Rat" installed in time for a ribbon-cutting in October, Barton said, adding, "Maybe Banksy will finally identify himself and come personally."
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