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Councilman Bill Gates Features N. 32nd Street Public Art Project in Latest Gateway to Phoenix Segment Councilman Bill Gates Features N. 32nd Street Public Art Project in Latest Gateway to Phoenix Segment <div class="ExternalClassCE573D636E1F4FF7AB0069AEEB2BC609"><div>​In his latest segment of Gateway to Phoenix, Councilman Bill Gates hosts Ann Morton, the artist for the North 32nd Street Public Art Project. After gathering input from the local community, Ann will be using the handprints of area residents to create a series of rusted steel butterflies, which will be affixed to light poles in the area to resemble clusters of butterflies during migration. The design was rooted in resident feedback that highlighted the area’s close proximity to the natural setting of the city’s desert preserves as well as Arizona’s rich sunsets. The segment contains artist’s renderings of the completed sculptures.</div><div><br></div><div>The segment currently is viewable on YouTube at: https://youtu.be/F6qbc1YnuwE and will air on PHXTV on Cox Cable Channel 11 for the next several weeks.</div><div><br></div><div>Viewers can get more information on the District 3 Council Office online at phoenix.gov/district3 and reach the office by calling 602-262-7441 or by e-mailing council.district.3@phoenix.gov. More council shows are viewable on the city’s YouTube channel accessible from the city website at phoenix.gov.</div></div>4/25/2016 9:00:00 PMDavid Urbinato602-495-5405