Other: A Pillory for all the local politicians who spend public funds on unnecessary art, Arts District, public works (including this unneeded roundabout at an unimportant intersection), and the city library. Display of offenders should be coordinated with the equally useless Farmers Market so that left over rotting produce can be re-purposed.
heads of politicians on sticks
We should put a statue of Frank Ferry's big ego there. That is, if the center of the roundabout is large enough to accommodate this.
I think a large Oak tree would look great.
A man standing beside his saddled horse in the shade of an oak tree!
An oak tree
What I'd really like to see...is NO STUPID ROUNDABOUT! What a colossal waste of money! Besides the fact that they suck. The one in Castaic constantly has cars driving the wrong way. Our city "leaders" have wasted MILLIONS of dollars...HUNDREDS OF MILLIONS of dollars, on a ridiculous pipe dream vision of downtown Newhall, aka little TJ. If you build it they will come...DOES NOT APPLY HERE. Get your heads out of the dark and get your hands out of our wallets and stop making stupid decisions for this community that no one wants. This includes: bike lanes on Decoro, back-in parking, seceding from the county library system, building the Newhall library in its current form, and now this stupid roundabout!
Oh yeah, I nearly forgot the ugly "artwork" bug on Bouquet that is going to impale someone in an accident someday.
awesometown answer: a guy next to a horse drinking from a water feature under an oak tree that is being landscaped by a mexican gardener with a chinese railroad worker on the other side panning for gold. the guy is holding a testtube checking for chlorides in the water.
Some greenery with a water feature, some big boulders; sort of park like.
How about a flag pole with the American Flag on it? Oh wait! Not allowed to do that anymore in this country.
Something that would represent the racism and lack of tolerance this "awesome" town has running through it.
The problem with an art piece is that art is subjective and cost aside, you'd never please everybody. Proper landscaping or a water feature would be a safer bet.
I for one am glad to see that area being revitalized, it has a lot of potential and could become a thriving commercial center with a few sorely needed esthetic upgrades.
A statue of William S. Hart, perhaps riding on a horse, as he was instrumental in the history of this community.
I would like to donate a large, healthy oak tree from my back yard in Newhall. Our neighbor is complaining so I would much rather donate a perfectly formed oak tree for this location.
I think we should keep it SIMPLE. . . (NOT like the gawdy library at the other end). WHAT'S PRETTIER THAN OUR AMERICAN FLAG (flying alone) ON A BIG TALL POLE? huh?
a nice oak tree
WASTE OF TIME & MONEY