Graffiti at Anderson Dock questioned

The Village of Ephraim hopes to keep a tradition from crossing the line into graffiti.  Ephraim’s Anderson Dock Barn Ad Hoc Committee, made up of representatives of the Board of Trustees, the Hardy Gallery, and the Ephraim Historical Foundation, will take up the issue at a meeting on Wednesday.  Boaters have signed the building’s walls with their initials for years, but recently the practice has spread to nearby rocks, Jersey barriers, and the gallery’s bathroom. Village President Mike McCutcheon says solutions are necessary.

Work would need to be finished before the gallery opens for the season Memorial Day weekend. The meeting is set to take place at 9 a.m. Wednesday at the village’s offices.




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