New mural anticipated on popular stairway in St. Joe
By: Allison Hoff
Posted: Feb 2, 2023 7:57 PM EDT
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ST. JOSEPH, Mich.- The City Commission of St. Joseph approved a new temporary mural for the bluff stairs with a goal of completion by Memorial Day.
The city of St. Joseph and the Schalon Foundation will fund the project which will cost about $15,000.
While the theme of the mural is not yet known, last year's mural artist, Nate Baranowski, will be enlisted to generate some ideas.