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).
Interested in applying? Contact the City Secretary's office for information on submitting an application.
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|