Portsmouth DPW: Exempt sewer plant from $150K public art requirement

Hide caption In this November 2018 photo, the hammer of struggle is attached to a pulley wheel like the ones made by the Portsmouth Machine Co. in the 1800s as part of the sculpture “Hammer-Heads” in a roundabout at the city’s new Foundry Place Garage. [Rich Beauchesne/Seacoastonline, file] PORTSMOUTH — The City Council on Monday will be asked to exempt the new Peirce Island wastewater treatment plant from an ordinance requiring $150,000 be spent for public art there.

Making the request are City Engineer Terry Desmarais and Deputy Director of Public Works Brian Goetz, by letter with Deputy City Attorney […]

Source: www.seacoastonline.com

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