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Fountain installation Monday

September 25, 2010
The arrival of the heritage fountain for the Northwest Savings Bank Plaza in downtown Warren will cause a road closure Monday. According to GRO-Warren Executive Director Chris Cheronis, the fountain will arrive at approximately 7 a.m. to being the installation process. The installation is expected to take six to eight hours. During the process, Second Avenue will be closed to give the trucks and crane equipment room to install the fountain. The fountain was constructed by Robinson Iron of Louisiana and was designed to showcase the local heritage themes of outdoor recreation and wildlife. The 18-foot-tall fountain features two deer standing in the pool, trout around the outside rim, and other animals. Northwest Savings Bank is sponsoring the fountain.


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