One block of Fourth Street between Main and Market Streets is looking a little different. One piece of street furniture is missing and a new piece was added a little down the street. Both are quite a mystery to me, but I’m guessing some of you Broken Sidewalkers know the inside story.
First, a curvy wooden art-bike-rack installed in April is nowhere to be seen. It’s even hard to see the holes in the sidewalk where it was attached to the ground. The photo above at Main Street shows where it used to be. Where did it go?
Next, near the corner of Market and Fourth, a new metal placard revealing the scientific secrets of Pangaea and the geologic history of the earth has been mounted on a strangely historic looking pole. The new sign looks great and I think should be a regular presence across Downtown, but where did it come from? It’s really well done, but who did it?
Any and all information on the street furniture changes in the comments if you will.
- New Art-Bike-Racks Added To Downtown (Broken Sidewalk)