But one board member, Brad Revare, shepherded the project to completion. When he announced the dog stencil was going down, Horsfall was baffled. “The dog stencil?” he asked. Then it clicked.
“And so, it was kind of fulfilling in a weird way to see that thing come back to life,” Horsfall said. “It was kind of this fun intersection of local government and nonprofit and residents all kind of working together to do something which is great.”
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