Perhaps such artworks placed along walkways around town for enjoyment …

Comment on Can public art policy deliver common sense? by Paul Parker.

Perhaps such artworks placed along walkways around town for enjoyment of those walking or awaiting pickups, where visible to drivers they can pause for a closer view.
ASTC may consider video monitoring along walk-ways for security monitoring, and assessing which most popular and used walkways or sites.
ASTC perhaps consider free WiFi zones at selected locations where security viewing, including simple viewer feedback such as like / dislike.

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