A damaged marsh sculpture, along Walters Road near the intersection of Highway 12 is getting closer to being repaired according to Suisun city officials and the artist who created it.
On Monday, April Conner, an administration assistant for Suisun City said it was only a matter of time before the statue would be returned to Phillip Glashoff, the artist who created it.
“It will be removed from the site and it will be repaired by Glashoff,” she said. “We had to receive money from the insurance company. The entire statue repair will be paid for the insurance.”
She added the city is not out money for the project because there was a responsible party and the insurance company paid the city.
A vehicle hit the sculpture early this year and it has taken several months for the city to receive the insurance settlement. Now, it is only a matter of time before it will be taken back to Glashoff.
“Suisun City called me today, so I will be starting it shortly,” Glashoff said. “They told me they wouldn't reinstall it until the Walmart entrance was installed.”