Flossmoor is moving forward with the recommendation of its Public Art Commission to change the sculpture collection for 2022, despite some apprehension from village board members.
The village board voted 5-1 Monday, April 18, to approve the 2022 sculpture collection update. Trustee George Lofton cast the sole dissenting vote.
The biggest point of concern raised by the board was regarding the “Secret Garden” sculpture, currently next to the Flossmoor Public Library. The commission recommended moving it to Heather Hill Elementary School as part of a rotational plan, after interest was previously expressed in putting . . .
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