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I was covering Flossmoor’s Village Board meeting back on Dec. 7, when Trustee Brian Driscoll caught my attention with something slightly off-topic.

Following a Strategic Plan update, he mentioned that he recently took the Otocast tour of Flossmoor’s Public Art Commission created for the village’s sculpture collection. He said they did a great job with it.

It piqued my interest. It also raised a few questions.

What is Otocast — or “autocast,” as I’d originally thought he said?

Flossmoor has a sculpture collection? I had seen a . . .

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