You may not be able to see it on a sunny day, but when it rains you may find yourself looking at a new take on sidewalk art. The lack of rain means Onondaga County Department of Water Environment Protection Commissioner Tom Rhoads had to innovate.
"Right now we're in dry weather, but what we're going to do is activate the art. Let's see what happens," Rhoads said as water was poured on the sidewalk. "So, it says, 'Keep litter out of the forecast. Connect the drops. Save the rain.'”