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August 21, 2009

DDA okays installation of donated sculpture in “walk-thru”

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Written by: Bruce Snook
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The Three Rivers Downtown Development Authority (DDA) his given the green light for installation of a donated sculpture in the “walk-thru” at 25 North Main Street.

The action came during the August meeting of the DDA Board of Directors Thursday morning (August 20th).

The Three Rivers Downtown Development Authority has okayed installation of a sculpture similar to the one pictured here in the "walk-thru" at 25 North Main Street.

The Three Rivers Downtown Development Authority has okayed installation of a sculpture similar to the one pictured here in the "walk-thru" at 25 North Main Street.

Tom Meyer, a DDA board member and past chairman of the group, showed pictures of a bronze sculpture of a woman and child enjoying a book together on a bench and said he and his wife, Jackie, “would like to purchase that and put it in the walk-thru.”

The passageway connects the Portage River Parking Plaza to North Main Street.  It was developed by Meyer Enterprises and purchased by the DDA last fall.






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