City of Atlanta
Georgia

Ordinance
19-O-1416
Filed without Objection
Dec 2, 2019 1:00 PM

****AN ORDINANCE BY COUNCILMEMBER AMIR R. FAROKHI TO AMEND CHAPTER 46 - CIVIC AND CULTURAL AFFAIRS, OF THE ATLANTA CITY CODE OF ORDINANCES TO DISSOLVE THE PUBLIC ARTS ADVISORY COMMITTEE AND THE MUNICIPAL ARTS ACCOUNT(S); TO CREATE A PUBLIC ARTS TRUST FUND; TO CREATE A NEW ARTICLE VI TO BE ENTITLED “ARTS DEVELOPMENT ORDINANCE” TO ESTABLISH REGULATIONS RELATED TO ARTS DEVELOPMENT; TO CREATE A NEW ARTICLE VII TO BE ENTITLED “PUBLIC ARTS ADVISORY BOARD” TO ESTABLISH REGULATIONS RELATED TO THE CREATION AND FUNCTION OF A PUBLIC ARTS ADVISORY BOARD; AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES.

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Department:Council District 2Sponsors:Councilmember, District 2 Amir R Farokhi
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(This legislation is a dual referred item and will be forwarded to Finance/Executive Committee pending a Community Development/Human Services Committee recommendation) ►(Held 8/13/19 at the request of the author for further review and additional information)

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WHEREAS, the City of Atlanta (“City”) endeavors to grow and foster a vibrant culture and artistic community; and

WHEREAS, this can be accomplished through increased investment in public art, arts space, arts-based infrastructure, and arts organizations; and

WHEREAS, the current Percent for the Arts program does not produce revenue for the Public Arts Trust Fund sufficient to properly support these investment targets; and

WHEREAS, therefore the city should seek expanded funding for these important objectives; and

WHEREAS, private participation in percent for the arts programs then, as seen in other major cities, offers a worthy model to achieve this aspiration; and

WHEREAS, the City would be well served to have a single trust in which to house all dollars received as part of that program. 

WHEREAS, the Public Art Advisory Committee as presently constituted does not deliver the transparency, level of activity, or opportunity for citizen engagement that it was designed to achieve; and

WHEREAS, the City would then be wise to dissolve said body and constitute a new one in its place that accomplishes these important objectives.

WHEREAS, a policy is hereby established to require developers utilizing public funds for projects not exempted in this article to dedicate a portion of development costs for the acquisition, installation, inclusion, support of, or provision of publicly accessible works of art, arts space, art-based infrastructure, and/or arts organizations as authorized by this Article; and

 

WHEREAS, a Public Art Trust Fund shall be constituted to house Percent for the Arts dollars received from both public and private infrastructure projects; and

 

WHEREAS, the Public Art Advisory Committee is dissolved with the Public Art Advisory Board, as outlined herein, empowered to act in its place as the primary citizen oversight body as it pertains to arts expenditures.

 

NOW THEREFORE, THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF ATLANTA, GEORGIA HEREBY ORDAINS:

 

SECTION 1: That Chapter 46, Article III, of the City of Atlanta Code of Ordinances be amended to read as follows:

 

ARTICLE III. - WORKS OF ART IN PUBLIC PLACES

 

Sec. 46-76. - Definitions.

 

The following words, terms and phrases, when used in this article, shall have the meanings ascribed to them in this section, except where the context clearly indicates a different meaning:

 

Construction project means any capital project, including but not limited to those paid wholly or in part by the city with voter non-school general obligation bonds, annual general obligation non-school bonds, public grants except where prohibited, park improvement funds, revenue bonds and general funds, for the purpose of constructing or remolding any building, decorative or commemorative structure, park, street, sidewalk, parking facility or utility or any portion thereof within the city.

 

Eligible funds means funds which pay for actual construction costs. This excludes funds which pay for engineering, architecture, acquisition, land acquisition and interest costs, as well as any incidental costs not associated with construction. Further, it refers only to that portion of public funds, which come from sources other than general obligation school bonds, private grants (except where expressly stated in the conditions of the grant itself) and assessment programs.

 

Municipal art account means the account within each eligible fund in which one and one-half percent of all eligible funds for construction projects are deposited each year, and of which 80 percent shall be expended on the selection, design and development of works of public art, and 20 percent reserved for maintenance of works of public art and arts administration by the bureau of cultural affairs (BCA). BCA shall be the administrator of all municipal arts accounts and have sole expenditure authority on said accounts.

 

Municipal art plan means an annual plan developed and administered by the bureau office of cultural affairs for the aesthetic enhancement of all capital construction projects paid for by eligible funds in a particular year.

 

Sec. 46-77. - Policy.

 

A policy is established to direct the inclusion of works of art in the public works projects of the city and to place art on municipally owned or rented property. The city's public art master plan shall guide the development, administration and maintenance of public art in Atlanta.

 

Sec. 46-78. - Funds for works of art.

 

All requests for appropriations for construction projects from eligible funds as defined in section 46-76 shall include the encumbrance of an amount equal to one and one-half percent of the estimated cost of such projects for public works of art and shall be accompanied by contractual requirements authorizing the bureau office of cultural affairs to expend such funds after the same have been deposited in a municipal arts account the Public Arts Trust Fund. When any such request for construction projects is approved, the appropriation for such construction projects shall be made and shall include an appropriation of funds for works of art, at the rate of one and one-half percent of project costs to be deposited into the municipal arts account Public Arts Trust Fund as a line item in each fund. Money identified by each bureau, or agency for its public art percentage program shall be expended for payees as prescribed by the municipal arts plan, as provided in section 46-79(2).

 

Sec. 46-79. - Authority of bureau office of cultural affairs.

 

To carry out its responsibilities under this article, the bureau office of cultural affairs shall:

 

(1) Prepare for review by the mayor and council, a municipal arts plan which shall outline the expenditure of funds from the municipal arts account(s) Public Arts Trust Fund. Such plan shall include, but not be limited to, the method(s) of commissioning artists, specific locations and expenditures for specific works of art, and maintenance and administration of the public arts program; (2) Cause the municipal arts plan to be an integral part of the office's recommendations with regard to the city's comprehensive development plan and the capital improvement plan; (3) Bring to the attention of the city council any proposed work of art requiring extraordinary operation or maintenance expenses; (4) Recommend the placement of works of art consistent with section 46-81 with the assistance of the Public Art Advisory Board; (5) Make recommendations regarding artist(s) selections without regard to an individual's or the perception of an individual's race, color, creed, religion, sex, domestic relationship status, parental status, familial status, sexual orientation, national origin, gender identity, age, disability, or the use of a trained dog guide by a blind, deaf or otherwise physically disabled person with the assistance of the Public Art Advisory Board; (6) Make recommendations to the council as to the amount of money required in advance to carry out contracted projects by artist(s); the amount advanced shall not exceed one-third of the total allocable to such artist(s) for the contracted work of art and shall be approved by the council and mayor prior to payment; and (7) Review prior to final payment all works in order to report on the conformity of the finished work with the approved plans or other document describing the work of art to be carried out. (8) Approve all expenditures from municipal arts accounts the Public Arts Trust Fund of which 80 percent shall be expended on the design, selection and development of works of public art, and 20 percent shall be expended on maintenance and administration of the public art program. (9) Develop procedures for implementation of the policy governing the acceptance of gifts of public art to the city and the policy governing the process for the de-accessioning of public art. (10) Establish guidelines for and recommend the appointment of a public art advisory committee comprised of representatives from the business community, the arts community and the citizens of the city, to advise and assist the bureau of cultural affairs on matters regarding the implementation of public art policies for Atlanta. (1110) Review and approve all capital construction projects for compliance with the percent for art section of the Code of Ordinances. , and determine if said percent for art funds shall be utilized on or about a specific project, or pooled with other funds for larger public arts projects located within the city, with the assistance of the public art advisory committee.

 

Sec. 46-80. - Placement of art.

 

Works of art selected and implemented pursuant to this article may be placed in, on or about any city construction project or other city-owned, city-leased or city-rented property. They may be attached or detached within or about such property and may be either temporary or permanent. Placement of works of art shall be authorized by the city council after a report of the mayor or the mayor's designee.

 

Sec. 46-81. - Account and payments.

 

There is established a special account within each eligible fund designated the "municipal arts account Public Arts Trust Fund into which funds are appropriated as contemplated by section 46-78 and 46-79 hereof shall be deposited. Each disbursement from such account(s) or from other appropriations for works of arts shall be approved by the bureau office of cultural affairs, as authorized by the city council. Twenty percent of each municipal arts account shall be reserved for the administration and maintenance of works of public art by the bureau office of cultural affairs.

 

Sec. 46-82. - Dissolution of public art advisory committee.

 

              The public art advisory committee as it is currently constituted shall be dissolved effective as of January 1st, 2020, and all responsibilities and functions of said committee are hereby transferred to the Public Arts Advisory Board established by Article VII of this Chapter.

 

Sec. 46-83. - Waiver of article.

 

This article may be waived by resolution adopted by the city council and approved by the mayor when the construction project covered under this article is not appropriated for works of art.

 

SECTION 2: That Chapter 46 of the City of Atlanta Code of Ordinances be amended to add a new Article VI, entitled “Arts Development Ordinance” which shall read as follows:

 

ARTICLE VI. - Arts Development Ordinance

 

Sec. 46-300. - Title

 

              This Article shall be known as the “Arts Development Ordinance” and is referred to herein as “this Article”.

 

Sec. 46-301 - Purpose and Intent

 

              A policy is hereby established to require developers utilizing public funds to dedicate a portion of development costs for the acquisition, installation, inclusion, support, or provision of publicly accessible works of art, arts space, arts-based infrastructure, and/or arts organizations for the placement on the development site, adjacent right-of-way, or other location as authorized by this Article.

Sec. 46-302. - Scope of regulations

Except as otherwise provided, provisions of this Article shall apply to private development projects that receive public funds, as defined by this Article.

 

Sec. 46-303. - Definitions

1.              Arts-based infrastructure means infrastructure needed to showcase art or otherwise support arts-related activities. Arts-based infrastructure includes, but is not limited to, furnishings, electrical, sound, and/or visual systems.

 

2.              Arts space means a physical space dedicated to an ongoing arts-related use. Arts space includes, but is not limited to, indoor and/or outdoor spaces that function as administrative offices, performing/rehearsal facilities, presentation halls for film or lecture, programmed exhibit space, and art educational classrooms.

 

3.              Developer means any person or legal entity undertaking development.

 

4.              Construction costs shall be equal to the value of the proposed work per square foot of building based on Table 100 of Part III, Appendix A, Section 104.2, as amended. Valuation of alteration projects shall be based upon the estimated construction costs for new work.

 

5.              Total development costs means all costs associated with new construction, including construction costs, land costs, and soft costs.

 

6.              Completion of construction shall mean the issuance of the final certificate of occupancy by the city. The date of completion is the date on which such certificate is issued.

 

7.              Eligible arts organization means an organization that has met the following five (5) criteria for at least twenty-four (24) consecutive months immediately preceding a proposed donation of money, arts space, or arts-based infrastructure pursuant to this Article:

 

(1)              Has as its primary mission the exhibition, presentation, production or performance of, and/or education in the arts and/or the humanities;

 

(2)              Holds current status under IRS code 501(c)(3) or is a specifically defined arts organization within a larger 501(c)(3) organization;

 

(3)              Has its primary office in the City of Atlanta;

 

(4)              Is governed by an independent, legally liable board of directors operating under a mission statement for the organization and an operating budget specific to the organization; and

 

(5)              Offers more than half of its programs and services in the City and these programs and services are open to the public, with or without charge.

 

8.              Project or Development project means a principal building or structure, or group of buildings or structures, planned and designed as an interdependent unit together with all accessory uses or structures, utilities, drainage, access, and circulation facilities, whether built in whole or in phases on an identified parcel of land.

 

9.              Publicly accessible art means privately owned, maintained, or produced works of art installed, presented, or performed in a location that is accessible to the public. If the art is located in an interior location it must be publicly accessible during normal business hours.

 

10.              Social service agency means any public or non-profit 501(c)(3) organization that provides or coordinates the provision of the basic human necessities (such as food, clothing, shelter), health (including mental health) services, and/or those services that directly serve ad protect the economic well-being and/or social functioning of individuals and families.

Sec. 46-304. - Investment requirement and amount

 

1.              All construction projects within the scope of this Article must include the expenditure of funds to provide for publicly accessible art.

 

2.              When any such request for a construction project is approved, the developer of such construction project shall be required to invest funds for publicly accessible art, at the rate of one and one-half percent (1.5%) of construction costs.

 

3.              Final reconciliation and payment of the required investment shall be made prior to completion of construction.

Sec. 46-305. - Investment options

 

To comply with this Article, a developer shall contribute an amount equal to or greater than 50 percent (50%) of the required investment to the Public Arts Trust Fund. The remaining required investment shall be met by one of the following methods:

1.              On-site installation. A developer may invest the remainder of the required percentage of construction costs for acquisition and installation of publicly accessible art on the development site or the adjacent right-of-way; or

 

2.              Off-site installation. A developer may invest the required percentage of construction costs for acquisition and installation of publicly accessible art on other private property, City of Atlanta property, or otherwise public property as approved by the Office of Cultural Affairs; or

 

3.              In-lieu of contribution. A developer shall make a contribution of the entire amount of the required percentage of construction costs to the Public Arts Trust Fund established by Sec. 46-81 of the Atlanta City Code, as amended; or

 

4.              Provide arts space or arts-based infrastructure in the City for use by the City of Atlanta or an Eligible Arts Organization as approved by the Public Art Advisory Board and the intended end user.

 

Sec. 46-306. - Administration

 

              The Office of Cultural Affairs shall establish policies and procedures deemed appropriate for the implementation of the provisions of this Article, including but not limited to providing developers with guidelines and other information to assist them in complying with this Article.

 

Sec. 46-307. - Exemptions

 

The following construction projects are not subject to the requirements of this section:

 

1.              New residential construction projects consisting of a total of less than ten (10) dwelling units.

 

2.              Residential construction consisting of at least 10 percent (10%) of units of affordable housing as defined in Sec. 54-1 of that Atlanta City Code, as amended.

 

3.              Construction of places of worship and their accessory uses located on the same site.

4.              Construction projects in which a social service agency is the owner of the project and an occupant of at least fifty percent (50%) of the premises.

 

5.              Renovations or reconstruction to repair damage or deterioration caused by fire, flood, explosion, earthquake, weather-related event, vandalism, act of war, or civil disturbance.

 

6.              The following renovations to existing buildings or structures:

 

a.              Renovations to a building or structure for which a publicly accessible art expenditure has previously been made pursuant to this Article within the previous 10 years. This exception does not apply to any renovation that increases the building envelope of the existing building or structure.

 

b.              Renovations in which less than fifty percent (50%) of the gross floor area of the building is disturbed. This exception does not apply to any renovation/addition that increases the building envelope of the existing building or structure.

 

Sec. 46-308. - Severability.

 

It is declared the intention of the City of Atlanta that the provisions of any part of this Article are severable. If any court of competent jurisdiction shall adjudge any provision of this Article to be invalid, such judgment shall not affect any other provision of this Article not specifically included in the judgment. If a court of competent jurisdiction shall adjudge invalid the application of any provision of this Article to a particular property, development, building or structure, such judgment shall not affect the application of said provision to any other property, development, building or structure not specifically included in said judgment.

 

SECTION 3: That Chapter 46 of the City of Atlanta Code of Ordinances be amended to add a new Article VII, entitled “Public Arts Advisory Board” which shall read as follows:

 

ARTICLE VII. - PUBLIC ARTS ADVISORY BOARD

 

Sec. 46-400. Established.

 

There is hereby established a Public Arts Advisory Board.

 

Sec. 46-401. - Members; terms.

 

(a)              The Public Arts Advisory Board shall consist of seven (7) members. The members should be representative of acknowledged accomplishment or strong interest in one (1) or more art forms, such as the following: architecture, crafts, dance, drama, literature, music, painting, photography, and sculpture.

 

(b)              The terms of all members shall be four (4) years or until their successors take office.

 

A vacancy occurring prior to the expiration of the term for which a member of the Commission is appointed shall be filled in a like manner for the remainder of the unexpired terms for which his predecessor was appointed. No member shall serve more than two (2) consecutive terms. The initial appointments of Board positions 2, 4 and 6 shall be for two (2) years.

 

(c)              The council shall nominate members to the board as follows:

 

a.              Board position 1 shall be appointed by the Atlanta City Councilmembers of Districts 1, 2, 3, 4 and Post 1 at-large.

 

b.              Board position 2 shall be appointed by the Atlanta City Councilmembers of Districts 5, 6, 7, 8 and Post 2 at-large.

 

c.              Board position 3 shall be appointed by the Atlanta City Councilmembers of Districts 9, 10, 11, 12 and Post 3 at-large.

 

d.              Board position 4 shall be appointed by the President of Council.

 

e.              Board position 5, 6 and 7 shall be appointed by the Mayor.

 

f.              All members shall be citizens of the City of Atlanta.

 

Sec. 46-402 - Compensation.

 

All members of the Public Arts Advisory Board shall be non-salaried.

 

Sec. 46-403. - Chair

 

              The Public Arts Advisory Board shall elect a Chair from among the members appointed.

 

Sec. 46-404. - Meetings; conduct of business.

 

(a)              The Office of Cultural Affairs shall determine the time and place of regular meetings. Regular meetings shall occur no less than three (3) times per calendar year. Special meetings of the Commission may be called whenever necessary.

 

(b)              The board shall conduct business in the manner generally provided by the Charter and shall have the power to enact its own regulations to the extent such regulations are not inconsistent with this term of the Charter and this chapter.

 

(c)              The director of the Mayor's Office of Cultural Affairs shall assign a staff member to serve as secretary to the board.

Sec. 94-41. - Functions.

 

The responsibilities of the Public Arts Advisory Board shall be to:

 

(1) Approve all expenditures from the Public Arts Trust Fund;

 

(2) Determine if percent for art funds, as required by Article III of this Chapter, shall be utilized on or about a specific project, or pooled with other funds for larger public arts projects located within the city;

 

(3) Recommend the placement of works of art consistent with section 46-81;

 

(4) Make recommendations regarding artist(s) selections without regard to an individual's or the perception of an individual's race, color, creed, religion, sex, domestic relationship status, parental status, familial status, sexual orientation, national origin, gender identity, age, disability, or the use of a trained dog guide by a blind, deaf or otherwise physically disabled person;

 

(5) Encourage local art through displays in public buildings;

 

(6) Encourage the development of arts and culture for the benefit of the citizens of the City;

 

(7) Recommend to the Council appropriate programs, activities and utilization policies of City facilities which will lend to the further development of the City as a cultural center;

 

(8) Advise the Council regarding the status of cultural arts activities in the City;

 

(9) Assist with the creation of a cultural atmosphere in the community through promotion of the arts;

 

(10) Encourage the equitable distribution of publicly accessible art throughout the City of Atlanta.

 

SECTION 4: That all ordinances and parts of ordinances in conflict herewith are hereby waived to the extent of the conflict only.

 

SECTION 5: That the dissolved Public Arts Advisory Committee shall have in its place the Public Arts Advisory Board, which is hereby constituted as authorized by this Article.

 

SECTION 6: The amendments in this ordinance shall become effective on January 1, 2020.

 

Meeting History

Aug 5, 2019 1:00 PM Video Atlanta City Council Regular Meeting
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REFERRED TO COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT/HUMAN SERVICES COMMITTEE AND FINANCE/EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE WITHOUT OBJECTION

RESULT:REFERRED WITHOUT OBJECTION
Aug 13, 2019 12:00 PM Video Community Development & Human Services Committee Regular Committee Meeting
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RESULT:HELD IN COMMITTEE [5 TO 0]
MOVER:Natalyn Mosby Archibong, Chair, District 5
SECONDER:Dustin Hillis, District 9
AYES:Natalyn Mosby Archibong, Dustin Hillis, Marci Collier Overstreet, Joyce M Sheperd, Antonio Brown
AWAY:Michael Julian Bond, Matt Westmoreland
Aug 14, 2019 1:00 PM Video Finance/Executive Committee Regular Committee Meeting
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Aug 19, 2019 1:00 PM Video Atlanta City Council Regular Meeting
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RETURNED AS HELD TO COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT/HUMAN SERVICES COMMITTEE WITHOUT OBJECTION

MEMBERS PRESENT: ARCHIBONG, HILLIS, BROWN, WESTMORELAND, COLLIER OVERSTREET & SHEPERD

RESULT:RETURNED AS HELD
Aug 27, 2019 12:00 PM Video Community Development & Human Services Committee Regular Committee Meeting
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RESULT:HELD IN COMMITTEE
Aug 28, 2019 1:00 PM Video Finance/Executive Committee Regular Committee Meeting
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RESULT:HELD IN COMMITTEE
Sep 3, 2019 1:00 PM Video Atlanta City Council Regular Meeting
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RETURNED AS HELD TO COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT/HUMAN SERVICES COMMITTEE WITHOUT OBJECTION

RESULT:RETURNED AS HELD
Sep 10, 2019 12:00 PM Video Community Development & Human Services Committee Regular Committee Meeting
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RESULT:HELD IN COMMITTEE [UNANIMOUS]
AYES:Natalyn Mosby Archibong, Michael Julian Bond, Dustin Hillis, Marci Collier Overstreet, Joyce M Sheperd, Matt Westmoreland, Antonio Brown
Sep 11, 2019 1:00 PM Video Finance/Executive Committee Regular Committee Meeting
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RESULT:HELD IN COMMITTEE
Sep 16, 2019 1:00 PM Video Atlanta City Council Regular Meeting
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RETURNED AS HELD TO COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT/HUMAN SERVICES COMMITTEE WITHOUT OBJECTION

RESULT:RETURNED AS HELD
Sep 24, 2019 12:00 PM Video Community Development & Human Services Committee Regular Committee Meeting
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Sep 25, 2019 1:00 PM Video Finance/Executive Committee Regular Committee Meeting
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Oct 7, 2019 1:00 PM Video Atlanta City Council Regular Meeting
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RETURNED AS HELD TO COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT/HUMAN SERVICES COMMITTEE WITHOUT OBJECTION

RESULT:RETURNED AS HELD
Oct 15, 2019 12:00 PM Video Community Development & Human Services Committee Regular Committee Meeting
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Oct 16, 2019 1:00 PM Video Finance/Executive Committee Regular Committee Meeting
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Oct 21, 2019 1:00 PM Video Atlanta City Council Regular Meeting
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RETURNED AS HELD TO COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT/HUMAN SERVICES COMMITTEE WITHOUT OBJECTION

RESULT:RETURNED AS HELD
Oct 29, 2019 12:00 PM Video Community Development & Human Services Committee Regular Committee Meeting
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RESULT:HELD IN COMMITTEE [UNANIMOUS]
AYES:Natalyn Mosby Archibong, Michael Julian Bond, Dustin Hillis, Marci Collier Overstreet, Joyce M Sheperd, Matt Westmoreland
ABSENT:Antonio Brown
Oct 30, 2019 1:00 PM Video Finance/Executive Committee Regular Committee Meeting
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Nov 4, 2019 1:00 PM Video Atlanta City Council Regular Meeting
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RETURNED AS HELD TO COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT/HUMAN SERVICES COMMITTEE WITHOUT OBJECTION

RESULT:RETURNED AS HELD
Nov 12, 2019 12:15 PM Video Community Development & Human Services Committee Regular Committee Meeting
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RESULT:HELD IN COMMITTEE
Nov 13, 2019 1:00 PM Video Finance/Executive Committee Regular Committee Meeting
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Nov 18, 2019 1:00 PM Video Atlanta City Council Regular Meeting
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RETURNED AS HELD TO COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT/HUMAN SERVICES COMMITTEE WITHOUT OBJECTION

RESULT:RETURNED AS HELD
Nov 25, 2019 1:00 PM Video Finance/Executive Committee Regular Committee Meeting
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Nov 26, 2019 12:00 PM Video Community Development & Human Services Committee Regular Committee Meeting
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Dec 2, 2019 1:00 PM Video Atlanta City Council Regular Meeting
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AUTOMATICALLY TERMINATED AND FILED PER CHARTER SECTION 2-407 WITHOUT OBJECTION

RESULT:FILED WITHOUT OBJECTION