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STREET ARTISTS COMMITTEE
Wednesday, July 8, 2009
25 Van Ness Avenue, Suite 70
- Action. Hearing and possible motion to approve proposed election procedure for five (5) members of Street Artists Liaison Committee.
[NOTE: The proposal, if approved, would implement an election procedure for street artists wishing to be members of the Liaison Committee which would act as a representative body for street artist views and/or proposals to the Arts Commission. Until an election procedure is approved, the current Liaison Committee (previously known as "Steering Committee") may continue to function as an ad hoc committee.]
- Discussion. Street Artists Program Director's Report.
- Discussion. Street Artists Ad Hoc Liaison Committee's Report.
- Discussion. New Business/Public Comment.
July 2, 2009
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