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I like the wave art theme planned for the Lantern Bay Park, but have some concerns.
I don’t do the stair exercises, but understand the walkers do need traction. Having tiles and glass might be too smooth and slippery, especially when wet and with marine air and fog. Many steep public stairways have rough surfaces and grooves for walking safety.
Has the committee considered a painted wave maintaining the natural cement and maybe be more cost-effective with maintenance?
I’m sure public works will assure walkers that any new surfaces will be safe.