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File #: 11-1193    Version: 1 Name: 9/19/11 Public Art Ordinance
Type: Ordinance Status: Passed
File created: 9/19/2011 In control: City Council
On agenda: 12/5/2011 Final action: 12/5/2011
Enactment date: 11/21/2011 Enactment #: ORD-11-23
Title: An Ordinance to Amend Sections 1:832 through 1:835 of Chapter 24, Title I (Public Art) of the Code of the City of Ann Arbor (Ordinance No. ORD-11-23)
Sponsors: Sabra Briere
Attachments: 1. 11-23 Briefed and Approved.pdf, 2. 11-23 Briefed as Amended on 120511.pdf, 3. 11-23 Briefed as Amended on 112111.pdf, 4. Public Art Ordinance as Amended on 112111.pdf, 5. Public Art Ordinance Revision, 6. Public Art Ordinance Revision.pdf, 7. Public Art ordinance amendment.pdf, 8. Art Allocation Comparison, 9. Memo 12-1-11, 10. 11-23 Public Art Approval Notice
Title
An Ordinance to Amend Sections 1:832 through 1:835 of Chapter 24, Title I (Public Art) of the Code of the City of Ann Arbor (Ordinance No. ORD-11-23)
Body
ORDINANCE NO. ORD-11-23

First Reading: November 21, 2011 Published: December 8, 2011

Public Hearing: December 5, 2011 Effective: December 18, 2011


PUBLIC ART


AN ORDINANCE TO AMEND SECTIONS 1:832 THROUGH 1:835 OF CHAPTER 24, TITLE I (PUBLIC ART) OF THE CODE OF THE CITY OF ANN ARBOR.

The City of Ann Arbor Ordains:

Section 1. That Sections 1:832 through 1:835 of Chapter 24, Title I of the Code of the City of Ann Arbor be amended to read as follows:

1:832.Definitions.
The following words are defined for purposes of this chapter.
Capital improvement project means any construction or renovation of any public space or facility including buildings, parks, recreation areas, parking facilities, roads, highways, bridges, paths, sidewalks in locations where sidewalks do not already exist or as part of a larger capital improvement project, streetscape improvements and utilities. This definition includes only those projects designed to create a permanent improvement or betterment, and does not include projects that are primarily for the purpose of ordinary maintenance or repair. It does not include sidewalk crack repair, sidewalk cold-patching, sidewalk slab replacement, sidewalk leveling or sidewalk slab grinding. This definition also does not include capital improvement projects that are below-grade storm water detention facilities.
Construction costs means all costs necessary to complete a capital improvement project, excluding costs allocated for:
(1) the acquisition of real property;
(2) soil remediation;
(3) demolition;
(4) the issuance of debt;
(5) permits and administrative fees;
(6) fixtures, equipment and furnishings;
(7) contingencies.
Initial project estimate means the amount calculated as the construction costs for a capital improvement project at the t...

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