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December 3, 2018
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In a Thursday, Nov. 27, 2018 photo, blue duck and signage seen outside a home on Vine St. in Bath, Mich., indicates support of Robert Park's Blue Loop art installation. Small blue rubber ducks are being used to show support for artist Robert Park after a judge ruled he must remove thousands of found objects featured in an outdoor art installation because they violate an anti-junk ordinance(Matthew Dae Smith/Lansing State Journal via AP)

ST. JOHNS, Mich. (AP) — Small blue rubber ducks are being used to show support for a mid-Michigan man after a judge ruled he must remove thousands of found objects featured in an outdoor art installation because they violate an anti-junk ordinance

The Lansing State Journal reports the ducks are popping up on mailboxes, car dashboards and in window sills in support of artist Robert Park.

Clinton County District Court Judge Michael Clarizio ruled Oct. 31 that Park must remove items along a pathway on his Bath Township property except for a blue plastic duck.

Park spent two years creating “The Blue Loop,” which displays blue items. The plastic duck was the only object that didn’t fit the definition of junk.

Park said he’s heartened by his supporters. The judge’s decision is being appealed.

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Information from: Lansing State Journal, http://www.lansingstatejournal.com

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