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(KSL News) -- Park City wants to create a new entryway to honor its participation in the Olympics and they're asking for your input.
City leaders have approved more than 100 thousand dollars for the piece of art that would go on the west side of U-224.
Officials now want artists, design professionals, or creative teams to submit proposals for the "Olympic Legacy Entryway Enhancement Project."
You can get details by following the link to the city's web site. The deadline for entries is November 21st.