Marietta Square’s popular fountain was returned to Glover Park in Marietta Square after undergoing a complete restoration. The original manufacturer of the fountain, Robinson Iron, removed the fountain and transported it to their headquarters in Alabama where the internal and external parts were restored to new condition.

The restoration was necessary because, according to the Marietta Parks and Recreation director Rich Buss, “while preparing the fountain for operation now that the weather has warmed, the staff cleaning the upper bowl noticed significant movement that had not been present before. After removing the upper bowl it turned out the fountain was rusting from the inside out.”

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