Hurricane Ian memorial removed, but that’s not the end

The Hurricane Ian memorial wall has been taken down in Fort Myers’ Centennial Park, but that won’t be the last time you can visit its photos, flowers and other emotional tributes.The wall will live again in an upcoming series of art installations in government-owned buildings, says Liz Bello-Matthews, spokeswoman for the City of Fort Myers.”I didn’t want to lose it,” says Bello-Matthews, who is organizing the project. “I didn’t want it to disappear. … I wanted it to exist for many years.”The memorial wall first appeared in early October on a chain-link fence at the city-owned park overlooking the Caloosahatchee

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