Downtown Fort Myers statues expected to be relocated later this summer
FORT MYERS, Fla. — Sculptures in downtown Fort Myers will soon find new homes throughout the city.
The city council voted to buy the Colombian art back in 2016 with hopes to spread the art to the other five wards in the city.
Last week the council voted to start moving different statues to other spots like Roberto Clemente Park and the IMAG History and Science Center.
Some aren’t too happy about the statues leaving, and potentially getting less attention.
Mayor Kevin Anderson said moving the sculptures has always been the goal.
The sculptures will head to their new homes later this summer.
The post Downtown Fort Myers statues expected to be relocated later this summer appeared first on NBC2 News.NBC2 (WBBH-TV)