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STREET ARTISTS COMMITTEE
Wednesday, April 14, 2004
25 Van Ness Avenue, Suite 70
- Hearing and possible motion to approve proposal by Program Director to request Board of Supervisors for permanent designation of temporary winter holiday spaces "Z-45", "Z-46", and "Z-47" (formerly known as "FAO Schwartz spaces") (Stockton Street, east side, at O'Farrell Street) to replace spaces "S-0", "S-00", and "S-000" (Stockton Street, west side, at O'Farrell Street) (continued from 2/11/04 meeting)
- Hearing and possible motion to approve street artist proposal to amend lottery procedure for assigning selling spaces by (1) eliminating the Downtown and Wharf lotteries system and replacing it with a single lottery system held on Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday with sign-up days on Monday, Wednesday, Friday, and Sunday; (2) eliminating the mini-lottery as well as the unofficial "mini-mini lottery" for unassigned spaces and replacing these lotteries with an allocation of unassigned spaces by ranking order of lottery numbers beginning with the lowest number; (3) allowing Lottery Committee members and helpers to enter the lottery and receive a number, allowing for the free selling space they receive for working to be considered as a first use of their number (continued from 2/11/04 meeting) and (additional provision submitted 3/9/04) (4) allowing helperships received through the lottery to be for the same lottery period of the following week
3. Program Director Report
4. New Business
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