Letter: Still Awaiting Answers on Repainting of Pillars

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To the Editor:

Just a public update concerning the paint over of the mill workers and products painted on the pillars on Marshall Street.

The paintings were done by children in the North Adams school system and represent an important part of the community's history. A meeting between the students supervising artist and a representative from the museum was held in December with no resolution reached.

From information received, another future meeting is in the works but, the question arises concerning why the long dragged out time in resolving the issue? Possibility the tactic is to keep putting off a resolution with the goal of hoping the public will forget the issue.

The fact of the matter is that, this citizen and others, have not forgotten and want the issue to be resolved quickly with the ultimate goal of restoring the North Adams children's works.

Vincent Melito
North Adams,Mass.

 

 

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