Los Arcos cut to fit for reinstallation

Nov 20, 2013 Full story: LongmontFYI

Los Arcos de Longmont -- repainted and in a new location -- were reinstalled in one of the three breezeways on the east side of Main Street on Tuesday, a step toward the overdue completion of the east side Alleyscape project.

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John Martin

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#1 Nov 20, 2013
WHY??? Those things are ugly and horribly outdated. I was hoping they were permanently and mercifuly laid to rest.

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