Help Scottsdale Public Art – Today!
TODAY — YOU CAN HELP GET THE WORD OUT & CHANGE COUNCIL’S MIND. GO TO SCOTTSDALE CITY HALL AND WRITE TO MAYOR LANE AND COUNCIL.
5PM TODAY/SCOTTSDALE CITY HALL
“I SUPPORT BOB LITTLEFIELD’S ALTERNATE MOTION FOR SCOTTSDALE PUBLIC ART, ON TONIGHT’S AGENDA, ITEM 35, SCOTTSDALE CULTURAL COUNCIL FINANCIAL PARTICIPATION AGREEMENT.”
Please also WRITE in:
1. Comment directly from the AGENDA
YOU CAN SUBMIT COMMENTS BY CLICKING ON A COMMENT BOX WHEN YOU OPEN THE AGENDA
The Cultural Council item is #35
2. Send emails to Mayor and Council
Email Addresses for the Mayor and Council
Provide comments to all Council members and the Mayor at once by sending an email to: email@example.com
Send emails to individual City Council members and the Mayor:
Mayor W.J. “Jim” Lane firstname.lastname@example.org
Vice Mayor Robert Littlefield email@example.com
Councilwoman Lisa M. Borowsky firstname.lastname@example.org
Councilwoman Suzanne Klapp email@example.com
Councilman Ron McCullagh firstname.lastname@example.org
Councilwoman Linda Milhaven email@example.com
Councilman Dennis Robbins firstname.lastname@example.org
Here is how to write the letter:
Scottsdale public art is important to me/arts/my family/my children because[insert here]
Scottsdale’s public art program is a valley leader in the arts.
My experience/knowledge of it/staff is __________.
It is a program that should not only continue, but should continue to evolve as Scottsdale evolves.
Public art needs to have the ability to expand its funding, grants, and development options. In this economy, we need to do whatever it takes.
Economists and cultural studies have proven that our economies do not flourish if we do not open doors for programs that define our cultural landscape and built landscape, sense of community, or destination appeal. I encourage you to open this door, and if housing the public art program in its own nonprofit is key to the future of this community, then please do it.
Please continue to support Scottsdale Public Art.