WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. (WLFI) — The four sculptures typically sitting alongside Salisbury Street outside the new Fresh Thyme are on the move.
Commune, as it is titled, is back with the artist right now in Indianapolis, but will eventually move to the trail along Sagamore and Cumberland.
The sculptures need a fresh coat of paint and then they will be back up in the new spot.
Erik Carlson, West Lafayette's development director, said it is a coincidence that Chipotle is going in and these sculptures are on the move.
He said it was always in the plan for them to move.
Commune was installed in 2014.
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