Arts & Historical Preservation Advisory Board
ARTS AND HISTORICAL PRESERVATION ADVISORY BOARD
Created Under City Code—Section 33-95
The board shall consist of seven persons selected and appointed by the City Council, commencing October 1 of each year, as follows: Three board members shall be citizens at large and one board member shall be an ex-officio, nonvoting member, who shall be a City Council representative.
Term of appointments:
Board members shall be appointed for a three-year term. “Term” shall be defined as October 1 to September 30 of each year. No member, except the ex-officio member, shall serve more than two consecutive terms. No member, including the ex-officio member, shall be an employee or officer of any organization receiving or requesting funds. However, any board member, including the ex-officio member, may be a volunteer or board member of an organization requesting or receiving funds.
General powers and duties:
All board members, including the ex-officio member, are expected to attend meetings on a regular basis and to participate in a fair share of applicant reviews and site visitations. The board recommends the distribution of hotel/motel tax funds set aside for arts and historic preservation. A quorum shall consist of four board members. An affirmative vote of four board members shall be required to approve any action of the board.
Agendas & Minutes
Agendas are available prior to the meetings. Minutes are available following approval.
Application for Funding
Access the current application for funding (PDF).
ARTS & HISTORIC PRESERVATION ADVISORY BOARD (3 YR TERMS)
To make recommendations to Council for the distribution of a portion of hotel occupancy taxes set aside for arts and historic preservation.
|Position 1 - Jan Collier|
|Position 2 - Sam Malchar|
|Position 3 - Ellen Morrison|
|Position 4 - Theresa Elliott|
|Position 5 - Mary Branum (Chair)|
|Position 6 - Surinder Aulakh|
|Position 7 - Christine Hopkins|