LIVERMORE -- What work of art best represents the recently discovered superheavy element named after the city and Lawrence Livermore Laboratory?
Livermore residents can help the city pick from three finalists at a public meeting July 16 to discuss the redesign of Mill Square Park and the park's proposed public artwork.
The park, at First Street and South Livermore Ave., is the site of Livermorium Plaza and will feature art commemorating the discovery of the 116th element on the periodic table.
The city received 158 entries from 34 states. The finalists were unveiled May 30 during a Livermorium Day celebration.
The meeting starts at 7 p.m. in the Sycamore Room at the Robert Livermore Community Center, 4444 East Ave.
For details, visit www.cityoflivermore.net/news/livermorium_art.asp or contact Jean Prasher at 925-960-4586.
Contact Jeremy Thomas at 925-847-2184. Follow him at Twitter.com/jet_bang.