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City of Ashland, Oregon / Commissions & Committees / Downtown Beautification Improvement ad hoc Committee

Downtown Beautification Improvement ad hoc Committee

Scope of Work
 
The ad hoc City Beautification and Improvement Committee is charged with developing a plan for City Council approval regarding the use of transient occupancy tax funds that have been budgeted for “other City projects that qualify,” with an emphasis on projects in the downtown area.  The committee will create a four-year plan for the use of these funds, and other budgeted funds not derived from transient occupancy taxes, by identifying specific projects in the current and next budget cycle, and provide guidance on how these funds should be used in the future.  The committee will, if feasible, identify projects that can be undertaken immediately and completed by May 23, 2014.
 
The Committee shall, in the course of its work:
  • Provide ample opportunity for public input;
  • Review existing plans and lists of beautification projects;
  • Establish criteria by which a proposed project can be evaluated;
  • Evaluate how implementation of projects will tie in with one another to create a cohesive overall look for the entire City and not merely downtown;
  • Prioritize projects and develop a timeline for implementation that may extend beyond the current budget cycle;
  • Present its plan to the City Council.
  Agenda and Minutes

Established
Meetings
February 2014
TBD

Members
Name
Email Address
Title
Term Begin
Term End
Lisa Beam   Chamber Board Member      
Lou Ann David   Downtown Business Owner      
Michael Dawkins   Planning Commissioner      
Sandra Friend   Public Art Commissioner      
Pam Hammond   Chamber Board Member      
Melissa Jensen   Downtown Business Owner      
Kerry KenCairn   Historic Commissioner      
Greg Lemhouse   City Council Lemhouse      
Ann Seltzer   Staff Liaison      
Brent Thompson   Citizen at Large      
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