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"I like the artwork, it is better than a blind wall," said Pete Gagestein. "The subject matter might be a little shaky."
Among other things, Russo said he believes the art is saying something to Cottonwood Heights police officers, who have taken heat from the proprietor in the past for arresting people for driving under the influence near the restaurant, which serves alcohol.
"We think he is trying to send a message [to us] but we aren’t going to bite," Russo said.
Stojack said he’s happy with the way the mural turned out, but that doesn’t mean he won’t change some of it in the future.
"I’m always open [to ideas]," Stojack said.
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