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Grand Forks' $60,000 public art plan finally revealed

After months of drafting, Grand Forks' public arts master plan has arrived. A $60,000 path forward for the area's public art installations, the more than 100-page document proposes a list of spaces where public art could shine and gives city lead...

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Mayor Mike Brown discusses the Grand Forks master arts plan Monday in front of dozens of community and city leaders. (Wade Rupard/Grand Forks Herald)
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