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image from on www.state.ma.us/bsb/images/Brookline.jpg
A white flag, with the town seal at the center. The seal is in deep red and yellow and consists of a selection of agricultural devices (sheaves, scythe, pile of hay, cattle, plow, harrows) and in the distance a village. Above is a ribbon with the word BROOKLINE, and below the date of incorporation. A garland of flowers surrounds the seal, and on the perimeter the motto MUDDY RIVER A PART OF BOSTON FOUNDED 1630. Brookline is in Norfolk County.
Dov Gutterman, 8 December 2002
ARTICLE 1.3: TOWN FLAGDov Gutterman, 2 January 2003
The town shall have a flag which shall be in the following form:
The town seal, in gold and maroon, on a white field with gold edging.
The Board of Selectmen shall have the general supervision of and control over the use of the town flag.
image by Al Kirsch
This proposal (not accepted) for a flag for Brookline was made by Al Kirsch, at www.midcoast.com/~martucci/neva/newbrook.html
image by Jeanette Doetsch
This proposal (not accepted) for a flag for Brookline was made by Jeanette Doetsch, at www.midcoast.com/~martucci/neva/brookline.html