New Sculptures Enhance SaddleBrooke Streets, Bobcats spotted

VIA SBINSIDER| October 20th

As the ongoing digging and laying of conduit for new Comcast multi-media connections throughout SaddleBrooke HOA1 continues, residents have commented on the new look that the orange tubing brings The sculptures are an artifact of the installation process and are described as form of modern art that rivals the best of what is seen in the New York Museum of Modern Art.

Local residents thought that the addition of the orange tubing added value to the scenic nature of SaddleBrooke, “these tubes add a certain minimalist element that contrasts nicely with the naturalistic nature of SaddleBrooke in general,”  said a resident of Unit 1 on Meander Court she added ” we need more variety here as plants and trees are boring, I hope the ALC agrees.”

Another resident remarked that “I think I can see the work of Alexander Calder in these pieces, I took a photo of them with my Mobile phone.”

The orange noodles are virtually indestructible and could outlast the fossils seen daily in the Road Runner cafe. 


While not all that unusual, several bobcats were spotted in several neighborhoods while the sculptures were being installed. Here is one photo supplied by resident:

Resident are urged to take precautions when driving or walking near these beasts of prey. Keep your pets away. Do not drink and drive. Floss daily.

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