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Public Arts Commission Regular Meeting

Minutes
Friday, February 21, 2020

PUBLIC ARTS COMMISSION
REGULAR MEETING
February 21, 2020
MINUTES 
 
I.          CALL TO ORDER
Chair Sandra Friend called the meeting to order at 8:30 a.m. in the Siskiyou Room, 51 Winburn Way.
 
Commissioners Present:   Staff Present:
Sandra Friend
Thomas Fuhrmark
Richard Newman
Jeff Phillips
Allison Renwick
Stanley Smith
Andy Stallman
 
  Aaron Anderson, Assistant Planner
 
APRC Liaison:
Joel Heller (absent)
 
Council Liaison:
Stephen Jensen
 
Absent Members:
 
   
•  Additions to the Agenda under Other Business
o Review the release of the RFQ for the Hub sculpture – Stallman
o Commissioner Phillips’ website list for RFQ distribution – Friend
o Mail Chimp – Friend
 
II.        APPROVAL OF MINUTES
•  Public Arts Commission regular meeting of November 15, 2019
Commissioner Renwick made a correction to the motion under Liaison Reports changing “whom” to “who.”
 
Commissioner Stallman/Newman m/s to approve the minutes as corrected.  Voice Vote: all AYES.  Motion passed. 
 
•  Public Arts Commission regular meeting of December 20, 2019
 
Commissioner Stallman/Newman m/s to approve the minutes as presented.  Voice Vote: all AYES.  Motion passed. 
 
III.       PUBLIC FORUM
Jane Kenworthy/Explained she was the business manager of Anima Mundi Productions. She described a three concert series with the final event occurring April 2, 2020.   They were asking the Commission to endorse a request to hang a banner over Main Street. 
 
Commissioner Renwick/Smith m/s to endorse the concert series and recommend that a banner advertising the series be placed on Main Street.  Voice Vote: all AYES.  Motion passed. 
 
IV.       LIAISON REPORTS
•  Council Liaison - Councilor Jensen
Councilor Jensen explained the Commission would now receive 5% of Transient Occupancy Tax (TOT) funds.  Chair Friend spoke to the 2% increase.
 
•  Staff Liaison - Staff Liaison Anderson 
Mr. Anderson explained the RFQ was still in the Legal Department for review.
 
V.        NEW PROJECTS PROPOSAL - None
 
VI.       PROJECT UPDATES
•  MAP project, Phase 1 - Stallman
o The initial meeting occurred January 21, 2019 regarding design.
o The narrative on one of the plaques for Haskin’s Garage was revised.
o Installation was targeted for Fall 2020.
 
VII.     PAC WORKPLAN
•  Review and adopt 2020 Workplan – Friend
The Commission reviewed and updated the document.  They discussed the legal review of the RFQ for the Hub sculpture.  The “The Power of Public Art” presentation would be ready for review in March.
 
Commissioner Phillips/Smith m/s to approve the 2020 Work Plan as amended. Voice Vote: all AYES.  Motion passed.
 
•  Calendar items for 2020 Workplan
The PAC assigned quarterly goals and completion dates to the document.  Chair Friend would contact Assistant City Administrator Adam Hanks on attending the April commission meeting.
 
VIII.    OTHER BUSINESS
•  Review the release of the RFQ for the Hub sculpture – Stallman
•  Commissioner Phillips’ website list for RFQ distribution – Friend
•  Mail Chimp – Friend
The three items listed above under OTHER BUSINESS were moved to the next meeting in March.
 
IX.       ADJOURNMENT
The meeting adjourned at 10:31 a.m.
 
 
Calendar
next meeting – March 20, 2020
 

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