It’s the largest elevated water tower in Salisbury.
In fact it’s four times higher than any other.
And the structure was unveiled in a ribbon cutting ceremony presided over by Salisbury University President Janet Dudely-Eshbach yesterday.
The 130-foot-tall Milford Street structure displays the University logo that consists of a silhouette of a seagull above the Salisbury University name in maroon.
The University paid $16-thousand for the paint and maintenance.
Salisbury University is getting a gift of $8 million for construction of the new Academic Commons that will include a state-of-the-art library.
The donation is being made in memory of Patricia Guerrieri, an SU alumna for whom the building will be named.
Michael Guerrieri told a ceremony announcing the contribution that this was an opportunity to honor the very place where his month met his father.