Department of Information Services’ staff member Jaymin Kapsandy watches the Tivoli Fountain’s underground water level while draining its system as Dominic Shaw from Waterline Studios in Dripping Springs, Texas inspects one of the tulip-shaped tubs along with Jim Keller from Seattle-based Site Workshop seen directly behind him, during an inspection in May 2016. A major repair on the fountain is set to begin next week.
Department of Information Services’ staff member Jaymin Kapsandy watches the Tivoli Fountain’s underground water level while draining its system as Dominic Shaw from Waterline Studios in Dripping Springs, Texas inspects one of the tulip-shaped tubs along with Jim Keller from Seattle-based Site Workshop seen directly behind him, during an inspection in May 2016. A major repair on the fountain is set to begin next week. Steve Bloom sbloom@theolympian.com
Department of Information Services’ staff member Jaymin Kapsandy watches the Tivoli Fountain’s underground water level while draining its system as Dominic Shaw from Waterline Studios in Dripping Springs, Texas inspects one of the tulip-shaped tubs along with Jim Keller from Seattle-based Site Workshop seen directly behind him, during an inspection in May 2016. A major repair on the fountain is set to begin next week. Steve Bloom sbloom@theolympian.com

Crews prepare Tivoli Fountain for $757,000 repair

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