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Locals have left their mark on new Amsterdam labyrinth

Shane Hoefs, a custodian at the Amsterdam City Hall, mows the lawn in an area called the labyrinth, on the grounds at city hall.
Photographer: Marc Schultz
Shane Hoefs, a custodian at the Amsterdam City Hall, mows the lawn in an area called the labyrinth, on the grounds at city hall.
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Residents in and around Amsterdam can get acquainted with a new addition to the south lawn at City Hall on Saturday — a labyrinth of stone that’s continually changing with the help of residents and artists adding some personality to the creation. Since she created the labyrinth in July, Amsterdam resident Gina Mintzer said some of its hundreds of stones have disappeared, only to be replaced with new ones. Some are painted bright colors, one ...

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grant18
September 12, 2013
10:09 a.m.

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Perfect location for such an apt metaphor of our government!

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