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Public art a draw in Egg Harbor

Egg Harbor visitors can expect to see even more public art being displayed in the future. Improvements to Highway G planned for this year will include more pedestrian-friendly paths and some additional public art displays to bring the total in the village up near 20. Village administrator Ryan Heise says residents and visitors are giving the installations positive feedback.

Heise says the return of the popular Eggstravaganza temporary displays will give public art a boost this summer.

 

 

 

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