Despite the controversy surrounding "Mustang," aka Bluecifer , and the new, 26-foot, seven-ton replica of the jackal-headed Egyptian god of the dead, Anubis , at Denver International Airport, officials remain silent on whether the sculptures should be removed. But now, Denver's Commission on Cultural Affairs is focusing on another target: "Mountain Mirage," the large water fountain in the middle of the terminal's fifth level, which reaps some $2,000 in coins a year. The 3,100-nozzle fountain, designed by California artist Douglas Hollis, was turned off in March 2009 because of a leak in its basin liner. It will now be removed so that DIA can extend the underground train linking the terminal with the concourses, according to The Denver Post . The reasons are partially financial. It would cost $5 million to make repairs and move the pump to make way for the train, says Matt Chasansky, DIA's public-art administrator. "Early this year, we decided that the most reasonable course was to request that the fountain be removed. It wasn't a reasonable use of airport funds," he says.