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File #: ORD. 2018-205    Version: 1 Name:
Type: Ordinance Status: Adopted
File created: 6/25/2018 In control: City Council
On agenda: 9/24/2018 Final action: 9/24/2018
Title: To adopt an amendment to the Master Plan for the City of Richmond, adopted by the City Planning Commission on Nov. 6, 2000, and by the City Council by Ord. No. 2000-371-2001-11, adopted Jan. 8, 2001, as previously amended, to incorporate the Public Art Master Plan, as part of the Master Plan.
Patrons: Mayor Stoney
Attachments: 1. Ord. No. 2018-205, 2. Public Art Master Plan (Amended), 3. Proposed Amendments, 4. Planning Commission Resolution, 5. Ord. No. 2018-205 - Letters of support.pdf
Related files: PDRPRES 2017.006, CPCR.2018.055, PAC 2016-01, PDRPRES 2016-10
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To adopt an amendment to the Master Plan for the City of Richmond, adopted by the City Planning Commission on Nov. 6, 2000, and by the City Council by Ord. No. 2000-371-2001-11, adopted Jan. 8, 2001, as previously amended, to incorporate the Public Art Master Plan, as part of the Master Plan.

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O & R Request
DATE: June 25, 2018 EDITION:|910|
TO: The Honorable Members of City Council

THROUGH: The Honorable Levar M. Stoney, Mayor

THROUGH: Selena Cuffee Glenn, Chief Administrative Officer

THROUGH: Peter L. Downey, Deputy Chief Administrative Officer for Economic Development and Planning

FROM: Mark A. Olinger, Director, Department of Planning and Development Review

RE: To adopt an amendment to the Master Plan for the City of Richmond, adopted by the City Planning Commission on Nov. 6, 2000, and by the City Council by Ord. No. 2000-371-2001-11, adopted Jan. 8, 2001, as previously amended, to incorporate the Public Art Master Plan, as part of the Master Plan.

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PURPOSE: To adopt a Public Art Master Plan for the City of Richmond. The plan includes a 10-year overview of the actions recommended to bring policies and procedures up to national standards and best practices in the field of public art.

REASON: This ordinance would amend the City's Master Plan to include the recommendations and results of the Public Art Master Plan.

RECOMMENDATION: The Planning Commission passed a resolution to adopt the Public Art Master Plan at its June 4, 2018 meeting.

BACKGROUND:
The City has had a Public Art program since 1991, when the Public Art Commission (PAC) was founded to oversee a Percent for Art Program for eligible capital projects within the City's budget process. Over that time period, the Public Art Program has grown from a relatively modest program to one where the Percent for Art fund has a current balance of $1 million, managing on behalf of the City of Richmond, 44 artworks valued at approximately $1.46 million.

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