People rarely pay attention to traffic control cabinets – the stainless-steel boxes next to traffic light poles at most signalized intersections. But that’s about to change. At its December 13 meeting, Cranberry’s Board of Supervisors heard a presentation from Communications Manager Tina Fedko about a joint pilot project by the Township and the Cranberry Artists Network to identify a handful of utility boxes in high traffic intersections as canvases for original artwork. If the pilot program is deemed successful, it will expand to other locations. Ideas will be solicited from area artists. Those selected would be turned into vinyl sheets and shrink-wrapped around a utility box. Artists whose work is chosen will receive a licensing fee of $400. Works selected may not be promotional in nature or used ways that would fall under the Township’s sign ordinance.