Fine Arts and Historical Commission
Updated April 10, 2015
The Fine Arts and Historical Commission consists of five members appointed by the members of the City Council. The Commission assists the City Council in administering the Art in Public Places Program, which has among its goals, "creating a cultural legacy for future generations through the collection and exhibition of high-quality art pieces that reflect diverse styles, chronicling history through the collection of artifacts, documents and memorabilia that will acknowledge the past and creating programs and activities that will further these goals."
Commission terms are for two years and expire March 31 of odd-numbered years. The Commission members are Janet Beach, Nora T. Benzon, Doris Iglesias, Larry Sagert and Anna Titus.
Regular meetings of the Fine Arts & Historical Commission are held at 7 p.m. on the third Thursday in the months of January, March, May, July, September and November at the City Hall Council Chambers.