LAFAYETTE, Ind. (WLFI) -- Greater Lafayette is renewing it's commitment to maintaining a great community while celebrating a milestone from twenty years ago.
It has been two decades since the dedication of the Millennium Sundial on the John T. Myers Pedestrian Bridge.
It was one of the first public art installations in the community.
To celebrate, city leaders on both sides of the river declared October to be community planning month.
The original press release from 1999 said the sundial is larger than many in existence.
It was built in honor of the millennium.
Throughout the nation, October is known as community planning month.
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