Mayor Ed Lee and CEO of Apple, Tim Cook: Keep Ruth Asawa Fountain at Hyatt Union Square

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Racquel Hagen
8 years ago
Landmarks need to be preserved.

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Monica Berini
8 years ago
This is public art by an amazing local woman artist who recently passed away. It is more important so San Francisco than a store, even an apple store. Thank you.

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Nancy Champagne
8 years ago
This fountain is a S.F. landmark. It represents the work of San Francisco school children and the awesome talent and generosity of Ruth Asawa. It should stay in the location it was designed for, so that it's accessible to as many people as possible.

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Hilary Yothers
8 years ago
Keep it in the place it was designed to be, please.

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Stephanie Anne Canlas
8 years ago
Unique landmarks should be preserved. I don't think the addition of an Apple store is enough reason to destroy this piece of work by such a respected artists.

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Daniel Cuneo
8 years ago
It's a landmark...Apple will not be a landmark in 100 years...the fountain will.

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Marisol Gonzalez
8 years ago
Ruth Asawa is an inspiration and apple and their products can't hold a candle to this sculpture, so keep your hands out of it!

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Leslie Terry
9 years ago
Ruth Asawa is a living treasure. Her site specific fountain should stay where it is!!

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Nancy Leatham
9 years ago
Mayor Lee, Please preserve some of the unique and treasured art which graces your City . Ruth Asawa is an icon and to lose this landmark fountain would be a disgrace. Keep San Francisco unique and do not sell out to corporate interests. Let mediocre LA and San Jose do that!!

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Sandra Mistretti
9 years ago
All the great cities have public art.San Francisco, my home town is a great city. We must preserve this public art created for this location. We are lucky to have Ruth Asawa's art gracing our beautiful city.