The Indianapolis Star reported Tuesday on the reaction of residents of Dugger, Indiana to the complaint filed by Americans United with the Town Council over a cross put up two years ago on a piece of land owned by the town located near the "Welcome to Duggar" sign. The 26-foot tall cross, with "Jesus Saves" written on it, was put up by a 72-year old retired welder with the approval of Town Council. Now however, to the consternation of many residents, Council president Dwight Nielson says the town cannot afford to fight this in court, and would likely lose anyway. He is considering either moving the cross to private property or selling the land on which the cross stands to Faith Community Church that owns the cross. Charles Hay, who originally proposed to the Town Council that it allow the cross on public property said of the cross: "It ain’t hurting nobody. If you’re not for it, don’t look at it."