City council gives nod to mural plan for Rogers Building

The council gave its nod of approval for a group to forge ahead with plans for a mural on the side of the Rodgers Building along First Street.
FILE: A portion of a mural along the side of Lorenzo's Town and Country Market is seen in an undated photograph. Photo by Rosemary Hemenway for the Winters Express
FILE: A portion of a mural along the side of Lorenzo’s Town and Country Market is seen in an undated photograph. Photo by Rosemary Hemenway for the Winters Express

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forge ahead with plans for a mural on the side of the Rogers Building along First Street. The plan was approved as part of the council’s consent calendar. Through their vote, the council authorized City Manager John Donlevy and other city officials to work with the Winters Participation Gallery and the Winters Joint Unified School District in developing additional plans for a proposed mural on the Rogers Building. The building, which houses the Winters Chamber of Commerce, Winters Museum and Express editorial offices, is owned by the City of Winters. The same group comprised of middle- and high-school students along with art advisors installed a mural along the side of Lorenzo’s Town and Country Market last year. This year’s mural could wrap around the Rogers Building, though plans are still being worked out, officials said.]]>

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