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Erin Yarnall, Editor
4:29 am CST January 26, 2019

At a Jan. 14 meeting of the Highland Park City Council, the council unanimously voted to approve a sculpture celebrating the city’s 150th birthday, or sesquicentennial, that would cost $80K.

The sculpture, created by artist Michael Szabo, was chosen out of 29 submissions. Contestants submitted their proposals in 2018 to the Cultural Arts Advisory Group of the Cultural Arts Commission.