City of Aiken Arts Commission
October 4, 2022
City of Aiken Municipal Building Room 203
111 Chesterfield St. S Aiken, SC 29801
Mission: To utilize its collective resources to foster communication and coordination among area cultural arts organizations. The Commission also makes recommendations to the Design Review Board on proposed art installations within the old Aiken overlay zone.
Vision: With guidance from the Commission and collaborating Arts Organizations, Aiken has a thriving Arts Community that is visible and accessible to the public and provides education, enrichment and enjoyment to the diverse people of Aiken.
I. CALL TO ORDER
II. ADDITIONS OR DELETIONS TO AGENDA
a. Consideration of the minutes from June 16th, 2022 and July 19th, 2022
a. Eric Gordon, Tourism Manager
b. Ad-hoc members
V. OLD BUSINESS
a. Business After Hours Recap
b. Strategic Plan – review of goal two and recap of goal one
VI. NEW BUSINESS
a. Criteria to Assess Artist Capacity, Artistic Merit and Appropriateness
Future Meeting Dates: December 6
Residents can join or watch the meeting on YouTube | https://www.youtube.com/CityofAikenSC
Residents are to send comments to DRBcomment@cityofaikensc.gov with name and address and state if they would like their remarks read into the record.
The agenda for meetings can be viewed via the link below.
The Aiken City Council will meet 7 P.M. at 111 Chesterfield Street S in the City Council Chambers. . The meeting will be streamed live at https://www.youtube.com/CityofAikenSC.
Council Chambers maximum occupancy is 135. Council meeting agendas are always available before the meetings on the City of Aiken website. For example, for a Monday meeting, the agenda will be available the Thursday prior to the meeting. At a minimum, pursuant to City Code, agendas must be published by noon on the day preceding the meeting. Items on the agenda requiring a decision by Council will have a period for public comment before Council moves to a vote. When the Mayor opens the floor for public comment on that agenda item, you may simply raise your hand to be recognized. A five-minute limit (max) is implemented on public comments in the meeting.
You may also submit written comments about agenda items to the City Clerk in advance of the meeting for Council consideration. More information about the parliamentary procedure that guides Council meetings may be found in Chapter 2, Article 2, Division 2 of the City Code, also available online: https://library.municode.com/…/codes/code_of_ordinances…
City Council Agendas
If you wish to make comment on a matter not germane to the published agenda, you may contact the City Clerk, Sara Ridout, at 803.642.7654 to request inclusion on a future meeting agenda so that adequate notice may be given about the discussion topic.
City Council meetings are live-streamed via YouTube on the City of Aiken YouTube channel. If maximum occupancy is reached, citizens may certainly view the meeting via YouTube.
City of Aiken Planning Commission
Municipal Building, 214 Park Avenue, SW
Upstairs, City Council Chambers
WRITTEN COMMENTS ARE ENCOURAGED.
THE MEETING WILL BE STREAMED LIVE AT https://www.youtube.com/CityofAikenSC
PUBLIC COMMENT CAN BE EMAILED to PCComment@CityofAikenSC.gov