NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — The future of the Fearless Girl statue is in limbo again.

The statue was commissioned in 2017 as a call for companies to add women to their boards.

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Now, the three-year permit for its location across from the New York Stock Exchange is up, but the fight to keep her in place is far from over.

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“It’s really the movement that Fearless Girl represents that’s so important. It’s the reason that we really need to keep her. We’re not there yet. We have a long way to go,” said the statue’s creator, Kristen Visbal.

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The matter is scheduled to go before the city’s public design committee on Dec. 14.

CBSNewYork Team