Instead, the group wants to focus on coordinating existing artistic organizations into a council that shares ideas, programs, and perhaps funding to create "a culturally rich environment" for Menlo Park, he said.
Water main break investigated
It was a wet wakeup call after a rainy weekend — a water main broke in Sharon Heights around 3 a.m. on Monday, March 19.
Located near Monte Rosa Drive and Sharon Park Drive, the busted pipe sent water gushing along the ground for almost three hours. Police and public works crews arrived to take control of the scene and put up barricades, and the water flow was stopped shortly before 6 a.m..
Public Works Director Chip Taylor said crews were digging up the pipe later on Monday morning to figure out how it broke.
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