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Beautification efforts for the Eco Station continue, with plans to install a piece of artwork moving along.
On Friday the Art in Public Places Board met to discuss current projects. Among those on the list were the Judicial/Police/Jail Complex and the Eco Station. APP Board Staff Liaison Stephani Johnson was hoping to finalize plans for the JPJ artwork, but instead the Board decided to hold off on a decision regarding the artwork because of comments from councilors.
“Now that the brick is being installed, there have been some comments from council members who have said we may want to reconsider where we put the artwork, as well as the type of artwork that might be chosen. I will be notifying the artists next week to let them know the status of the project,” Johnson said. Not putting any artwork on the JPJ is also a possibility, she said.
During the meeting, members of the APP Board met with Environmental Services Manager Regina Wheeler and Environmental Sustainability Board Member Brooke Davis to go over the proposals that artists sent in for the Eco Station.
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