Letter: Who would steal such a joy?

Posted 8/4/22

I was saddened when I read  that the "Fork in the Road" sculpture in Westport had been stolen and damaged. Why? It was always a pleasure to drive by and see what might be on it during the …

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Letter: Who would steal such a joy?

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I was saddened when I read  that the "Fork in the Road" sculpture in Westport had been stolen and damaged. Why? It was always a pleasure to drive by and see what might be on it during the holidays or special events. I was  happy to hear that it had been found and my kudos to Mr. Schmitt who has said he would repair it and place it back to its original place at the corner of River and Old Harbor Road. I still wonder why??

Carolyn J. Montgomery

Little Compton

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