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Municipal flags in Madison County:
From the Madison County Code of Ordinances, adopted May 3, 1982, section 1-2-2-1: "The Madison County flag has the following design: a white circle, centered on a field of gold, the upper half of the inside rim of the circle
inscribed "Madison County", the lower half of the inside rim inscribed "Indiana", both inscriptions in black letters; shield centred in circle, divided into thirds; the upper horizontal third being royal blue, with the date "1823" in white numerals, centered; the left vertical third with four red and three white alternating vertical stripes; the right vertical third showing a gold sun, rising from a gold plain." Annotation states "Mr. Jack Parnell designed the Madison County flag for the Madison County sesquicentennial celebration of 1973."
Bradley King, 24 July 2002