SAN JOSE (KPIX) — After nearly two decades, the days may be numbered for the statue of a 19th-century San Jose city mayor. The Arts Commission has unanimously approved the removal of the controversial Thomas Fallon statue in downtown San Jose, clearing a major hurdle, and paving the way for a council vote next month.

The vote on Monday by the commission, follows the Art Committee vote in May, which also recommended its removal.

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