The Oneida Indian Nation and Village of Whitesboro Mayor Patrick O'Connor say they'll meet to discuss the creation of a new emblem for the Village.

They say the joint effort opens the door to establish a new legacy, as well as accurately represent the historical and current relations between the Nation and the Village.

The village seal has received national attention and was featured in a segment Thursday night on Comedy Central's "The Daily Show."

Earlier this month, Whitesboro residents voted to keep the seal as part of a non-binding, public opinion vote.

Whitesboro's seal appears to show a white settler choking an Indian.

The village website says the emblem dates back to the early 1900s and actually depicts a friendly wrestling match between village founder Hugh White and an Oneida Indian.

O'Connor says they were contacted by descendants of White's family and they support the effort of designing a new logo that would celebrate the village's proud history.