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10/07/2021 - Agenda i Li III ERIN MENDENHALL `_r BEN KOLENDAR MAYOR " DIRECTOR DEPARTMENT of ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT Salt Lake City Art Design Board Meeting October 7,2021 5:00-7:00 pm Webex This meeting will be an electronic meeting and will not have a physical location.All attendees will connect remotely via Webex. Members of the public are encouraged to participate in these meetings. To access and participate in this meeting please visit: https://saltlakecity.webex.com/saltlakecity/j.php?MTID=mea94c3f5ae 16c41be8ce3e3a975e5e62 Password: 1234 Mission: To ampler art in Salt Lake City to enrich, enhance and build a dynamic city where art and artists thrive. AGENDA I. Call to Order/Welcome New Members—5:00 pm a. Introductions,new member welcome II. Approval of Minutes—5:10 pm a. Minutes—July 1,2021 —(Action) b. Minutes—August 5,2021 —(Action) III. Discussion of Candidates to Nominate for Art Design Board—5:15 pm a. Nomination of Candidates,Recommendation to the Mayor—(Potential Action) IV. Discussion of Art Design Board's Roles and Chair Nomination—5:55 pm a. Nomination of Chair(Potential Action) V. Discussion of Maintenance for Fire House Fire—6:05 pm VI. Overview of Bridges Over Barriers Project—6:15 pm VII. Arts Council ED Update—6:25 pm VIII. Public Comment—6:30 pm IX. Other Business/Adjourn—6:35 pm a. Glendale Park Opening Celebration—Friday, October 8th at 4 PM b. November 4,2021 meeting, 5:00 pm c. The Board reserves the right to take action on any item on this agenda. PUBLIC COMMENT AND RULES OF DECORUM The Salt Lake City Design Board welcomes your input. Aside from written comments,which may be submitted to publicartprogram@slcgov.com. There are two sections on the Board agenda where constituents can address the Board. All information submitted during public comment becomes part of the public record. Those in attendance are expected to follow the rules of order and decorum outlined below. Steps for General Public Comment • If you have not contacted the Board staff prior to the meeting and you wish to give comments to the Board on any specific item listed on the agenda of the meeting you are attending, or on any other topic relevant to the Board, fill out a"public comment card"; check the box indicating that you wish to speak. If you do not wish to speak,check the appropriate box and provide any written comment. Hand your comment card to a Board or staff member. If you are participating remotely, staff will prompt you to engage during the comment period of the online meeting. • The Board Member conducting the meeting will generally call upon each individual wishing to speak in the order cards are received. • When the Board opens the public comment period and calls your name, state your name to the Board before beginning your comments and proceed with your comments. (Providing the area of the City where you live is helpful to the Board as well.). Meetings are intended for comments only and are not intended to be a discussion or response period. You may reach out to staff at publicartprogram@slcgov.com with questions or follow up information. • Observe the two-minute time limit so everyone may have a chance to speak. • People cannot combine their time so that one person speaks longer than another(i.e., "Joe" cannot give his time to"Jane"to allow"Jane"to speak for four minutes). RULES OF DECORUM *Currently the Salt Lake Art Design Board is meeting remotely. Please observe the following rules of civility to maintain the decorum of Salt Lake Art Design Board Meetings. The Board's meetings are a place for people to feel safe and comfortable in participating in their government. A respectful and safe environment allows a meeting to be conducted in an orderly, efficient,effective,and dignified fashion, free from distraction, intimidation, and threats to safety. To support a respectful meeting,items that disrupt the meeting, intimidate other participants or that may cause safety concerns are not allowed. For example: • Board staff or security officers may ask you to open any large bags,purses or backpacks for inspection,and may also request changes to placement of recording equipment or other props to help facilitate the meeting. • Jeering,cheering, clapping and waving signs may intimidate other speakers and cause a disruption, so please refrain from such activities. • Please be respectful to the historic elements in the room such as: keep feet off furniture; avoid leaning or touching paintings and other decor. • If you have a prop or piece of equipment integral to a presentation,please clear its use with a staff member or security officer before entering the meeting room. • Signs are permitted;however, so that they do not cause disruption or block the view of others, please follow these guidelines: signs should be able to be kept at your feet or on your lap; sticks or dowels are not allowed; signs can be kept near the podium on the floor during your turn to speak. • If you have questions about proper placement of recording equipment or recording in general, please coordinate this with a security officer or staff member before the beginning of the meeting who will make requests to help ensure that it does not disrupt the meeting or make other attendees feel uncomfortable • If you have written remarks, a document, or other items you may want the City Board to review, please give them to Board staff and they will distribute them for you. • Failure to follow these decorum rules may result in removal from the meeting.