The receptacles will be installed along the Boulevard between Haddad Park and Magic Island, Vanderwilt told Beautification members Tuesday.
"That would be appropriate," she said. "We need them there because of all the events."
Molgaard said it has taken 20 years to get the Fetty-designed receptacles installed throughout the downtown historic district.
"As Mrs. Vanderwilt pointed out, there was a lot of consideration ... these were specifically made for Charleston. They're well-constructed. Before we change them, it makes sense to put [the artistic receptacles] where we really need them."
The dozen or more containers Bays hopes to get this summer with grant money would be enough to put one at the top of each riverbank stairway between Haddad Park and Magic Island, Molgaard said.
"If it works, we could consider doing them along the entire Boulevard to 35th Street," he said.
"It is certainly a way to tie in two parts detailed in our [riverfront] master plan -- Magic Island and Riverfront Park, and to tie in the Peer to Pier murals under the interstate.
"FestivALL is about the whole city becoming a work of art," Molgaard said. "I understand that Capitol Street is the focal point, but you can almost load up that street with too much art."
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