A risk assessment of the Tasmanian tiger statues in the Brisbane Street Mall is still underway, more than eight months after it began.
On April 16 last year, Launceston mayor Albert van Zetten said a risk assessment was underway on the Thylacine statues and the findings would be released.
The City of Launceston council has been reviewing the level of risk the bronzed statues posed to foot traffic, after a number of people had fallen or tripped over them, for more than 270 days.
Council's chief executive Michael Stretton confirmed it continued to monitor and assess the risks and benefits of the statues.
"At this stage, no decision has been made in respect to their future," he said.
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An initial risk assessment, prior to the statues erection, deemed the installation acceptable.
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