....something to think about
Or (as I hope), will they disregard any such obligations, and restore/replace it in a way that they desire?....perhaps while eating hotdogs and burgers, and drinking refreshing beverages on a nice Saturday afternoon.
An interesting effort in Bed Stuy marks the lives of those lost to homicide:http://www.dnainfo.com/new-york/20140606/bed-stuy/silhouette-cut-outs-honor-victims-of-bed-stuy-gun-violenceIt differs from the wall shrine in that the markers are placed at the scene (like Ghost Bikes), instead of all together in one place. Meanwhile, I continue to wait and see what will be done with the wall shrine now that the landlord and those who care about it have a spoken "continuation agreement".How will the people who remain from the era proceed? Needless to say, choosing to let it be is a choice.