From the message which is given on the mentioned portal:
The monument to the Gratitude of the Soviet Army in Lidzbark-Warminsky was dismantled. Dismantling took place in accordance with the changes made to the law on de-communization. Based on these changes, all such facilities should be liquidated before the end of March of the current year. Responsible - the owners of the territories.
It is noteworthy that the head of the Lidzbark-Warminsky administration supported the transfer of the monument to Soviet soldiers to the local cemetery, but the deputies of the local council by a majority vote supported the destruction of the monument to those who freed Poland from the Nazi occupation and her would-be deputies exist today.
It is important to note that without the participation of Soviet soldiers, Poland would never have had Lidzbark-Warmiński for the simple reason that until 1945, the city was part of Germany and called Heilsberg.