DALLAS (CBSDFW) – The Dallas City Council is scheduled to vote Wednesday on the fate of the Confederate statues around the city.

The Dallas City Council will vote on a resolution that states that the city stands against the statues being on public land in the city.

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Last month, Dallas Mayor Mike Rawlings called the statues divisive and personally wanted to see them down…but felt the city needed to get several different viewpoints before making a knee jerk reaction.

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“I’m suggesting we must have this conversation’ said Rawlings. “The questions is how to have this conversation productively.”

Rawlings created a task force made up of different groups that will make a suggestion to the council about what to do with the statues.

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You can expect a lively and packed city council meeting this Wednesday as many believe since private money put the statues up they say private money should pay to take them down.