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    Karen Libby, the Maine Department of Transportation resident for the Water Street project, left, and Deb Fahy, executive director of the Harlow Gallery, hang a mural painted by Aurilla Holt across from her business Berry & Berry Floral on the sidewalk side of the construction fence on Wednesday on Water Street in downtown Hallowell. Department officials initially had the signs removed over safety concerns but then allowed them to be re-hung.

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    Karen Libby, the Maine Department of Transportation resident for the Water Street project, pulls a zip tie through a grommet while hanging murals on the sidewalk side of the construction fence on Wednesday on Water Street in downtown Hallowell. Department officials initially had the signs removed over safety concerns but then allowed them to be re-hung.

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    Business signs are seen on the street side of the construction fence on Wednesday on Water Street in downtown Hallowell.

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    DOT takes down Hallowell mural - Staff photo by Joe Phelan | of | Share this photo

    Deb Fahy, executive director of the Harlow Gallery, left, and Karen Libby, the Maine Department of Transportation resident for the Water Street project, hang a mural on the sidewalk side of the construction fence on Wednesday on Water Street in downtown Hallowell. Department officials initially had the signs removed over safety concerns but then allowed them to be re-hung.

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