Yes, folks, according to www.cbsnews.com in Lexington, Virginia, the city in which Robert E. Lee and Stonewall Jackson are buried, city officials have voted to prohibit the flying of the Confederate flag on city-owned poles.
Of course individuals still have a right to fly the Battle flag or any flag, in Lexington and elsewhere. After all, we do live in a country in which our first amendment rights are protected. Here in Montgomery, the Battle flag was removed  from the top of the Alabama State Capitol a number of years ago, by court mandate I believe, or else by public opinion (anyone remember?)
The four Confederate flags (1st, 2nd and 3rd National, and the Battle flag) are still flown at the site of the Confederate Memorial on the grounds of the Alabama Capitol. At the First White House we fly the First Confederate flag. as we feel that is the correct one, since it is the one that Letitia Tyler raised in front of the Alabama Capitol on March 4, 1861, the day Mrs. Davis arrived in Montgomery.