Monday, May 03, 2010

Another Star is Lost

I hope they don't toss the star in the trash.


Photo: D.

14 comments:

  1. Wow, now that sucks. Our own city taking them away. Those bastages.

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  2. what is this post about?

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  3. click on the picture to see city employees standing next to the gorilla art roadside star. The star was removed by the city.

    Before it was dirt with an interesting art star. Now it is just dirt.

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  4. Scorched earth by design.

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  5. did you see the mirrored one across from the el torito market? it even had battery powered christmas lights a few nights ago. more will come soon....

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  6. Hard at work...May 04, 2010 1:42 PM

    I'm sure it took at least 4-6 city workers a day or a day and one-half to remove that star. What did that cost?? At least $6-8,0000 dollars??

    Your city workers hard at work.

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  7. Hard at Work- ZZZZZZzzzzzMay 04, 2010 5:03 PM

    Thats OK, you spend 8 thousand for me to remove the star, but you will be paying me $800,000 during retirement. Ha!!!!! THANKS!!!

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  8. remove the stars but leave all the real estate signs on the round abouts and corners. Good plan city.

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  9. Like that renegade tree that sprouted up near the Post Office. It got the ax as soon as anyone admired it.
    I did see the mirrored one across from El Torrito. It was amazing.
    Moral of the story, don't try to make Leucadia sparkle.

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  10. To the artist who offered the stars to the community.
    It seems the city removed them. The public works dept has them and wants to make sure that the artist can get them back.
    Just call public works.

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  11. To the artist who offered the stars to the community.
    It seems the city removed them. The public works dept has them and wants to make sure that the artist can get them back.
    Just call public works.

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  12. Update:
    ignore the three previous posts
    the stars were damaged when removed
    nothing left
    dang

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  13. how'd you find out they were damaged? EZ to fix, BTW

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  14. Contact with public works dept.

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