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Question ---- was this space reserved/identified as a restaurant's business need (aka dining shed during covid) and now it's being repurposed as an arts shed? I love the idea of art on the streets, but absolutely deplore the execution. Last time I walked by, there were zero seats to even suggest an outdoor dining shed. So, how is this allowed? I would love more public exhibits of art, but let's not let businesses (regardless of how big/small they are) determine what is put in public space. These sheds need to go - and this is rubbing the issue in the faces of everyone that suggests otherwise.~~ Your anonymous neighbor (sorry, I have my reasons for being anonymous and I can only say that they are safety- and anxiety- driven; not because I'm not comfortable defending my stance or the assumed disagreeing statements).
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