When riding through Avis Boro, Pa yesterday, I noticed these street pole flags are displayed differently from one side of the street to the other. Seems to me that no matter which side of the street they are displayed, the union (the blue field of stars) should be at the end of the staff furthest from the pole to which they are attached. Section 7(h) of the U.S. Flag Code advises that when displayed on a horizontal staff, the union should be at its peak. Before I speak to a Boro official about this, I would like input from forum members to make sure I'm not overlooking another explanation.