Muskegon’s public artwork works get fund to assist protect them

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MUSKEGON, MI – Muskegon has benefited from a number of items of public artwork within the final century, and now it has been gifted with a fund to care for them.

A $50,000 present from Patrick O’Leary, whose earlier donation instigated the newest public artwork initiative, will probably be used to protect town’s public artwork assortment.

These public artwork works span from a number of statues in Hackley Park donated by neighborhood benefactor Charles Hackley and devoted in 1900 to murals lately painted on railroad overpasses.

“Whereas I’m pleased with the latest artworks commissioned within the final three years for

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