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Bronze Smith Fine Art Foundry & Gallery owner Ed Reilly developed a model for a 19-foot-tall obelisk he’s proposing for a Lakeshore Plaza sculpture at the southeast corner of Lakeshore Drive and Skoog Boulevard. He shared the model, pictured, with the Prescott Valley Town Council Oct. 3 at the Library Auditorium. (Doug Cook/Tribune)

Bronze Smith Fine Art Foundry & Gallery owner Ed Reilly developed a model for a 19-foot-tall obelisk he’s proposing for a Lakeshore Plaza sculpture at the southeast corner of Lakeshore Drive and Skoog Boulevard. He shared the model, pictured, with the Prescott Valley Town Council Oct. 3 at the Library Auditorium. (Doug Cook/Tribune)

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