Agendas and Minutes

Public Arts Committee (View All)

Public Art Regular Meeting

Tuesday, August 15, 2006


Commissioners: Markell, Bussell, Longshore, Rickbone,

Seltzer (Staff Liaison), A. Amarotico (council liaison), D. Amarotico (park liaison), Jackson (past council liaison)



Pugh, Wilkerson, Gay





Chair Markell called the meeting to order at 8:20 a.m.  Minutes of 7/21/06 approved with corrections  M/S Longshore/Rickbone.


Project Updates

Policies and Procedures

Longshore gave a brief update on the completed policies and procedures.  Spelling errors were identified, page numbers requested  Seltzer will make corrections and bring to the PAC in September for adoption.


Master Plan

Sub committee will meet again to discuss council presentation.  Rickbone presented draft budget and Bussell explained the possible use of SOU student for capstone project as well as draft “job description” and draft questionnaire for public solicitation.


JCCC Grant

Application was submitted. Final decision is made sometime in the fall.


Parks Foundation

PAC was awaded $3500 from the foundation.  The funds will be used to pay for the metal caps on the pedestals and professional installation ($1500), plaque ($500), maintenance ($500) and insurance premiums ($1000) on the two pieces for two years.


Markell will send thank you note.


Annual Goal(s)

PAC will focus entirely on the development of the Master Plan for the next year.  It was noted that all the public art projects the commission inherited (Calle, McKee memorial) have been completed and the focus should be on the Master Plan at this point.


Adam Hanks explained the Site Design and Use Standards requirement of public art as one of six options for large scale development.


Meeting adjourned at 9:30 a.m.

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