City council to receive presentation on possible second mural in Winters

The Winters City Council is scheduled to receive a presentation on Tuesday about a possible second mural within the city.
FILE: A mural on the side of the Lorenzo's Town and Country Market in Winters is captured in an undated photograph. Photo by Matthew Keys/Winters Express
FILE: A mural on the side of the Lorenzo’s Town and Country Market in Winters is captured in an undated photograph. Photo by Matthew Keys/Winters Express

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according to a city council agenda reviewed by the Express. The Express editorial office is within the same building but at a different address. If all goes according to plan, students in the Winters High School art program along with the Winters Participation Gallery would design the mural in mid-June with completion of the mural project by late July. The possible mural would be funded through a grant by the Buck Foundation at a cost of around $14,550, a staff report and associated documents included in the agenda said. The mural would be similar to one designed by Winters middle- and high-school students along one side of Lorenzo’s Town and Country Market last summer. A person connected to the project told the Express last year they anticipated the installations of murals would become an annual event, provided they could find wall space within the city. The city council is scheduled to receive a presentation on the proposed project at their next council meeting on Tuesday, March 19 at 6:30 p.m. Council meetings are held at City Hall, 318 First Street in Winters.


Correction: An earlier version of this story misidentified the building at 201 First Street as the “Rodgers Building.” It is the Rodgers Building.  ]]>

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