City of Joliet Arts Commission ‑ Funding Subcommittee Meeting

City of Joliet Arts Commission ‑ Funding Subcommittee Meeting

The City of Joliet Arts Commission ‑ Funding Subcommittee will hold a meeting on Wednesday, April 28, 2021, at 6 p.m. in the Conference Room 1, First Floor, at Joliet City Hall, 150 West Jefferson Street, Joliet, Illinois, to discuss the following:

Pursuant to Phase 4 of the Restore Illinois Plan, the Illinois Department of Commerce & Economic Opportunity’s Guidelines recommend best practices that limit an in‑person meeting to 50 people or less (Council Chambers allows for 18 members of the public) while adhering to social distancing guidelines.

During meetings, any member of the public physically present in the Council Chambers in excess of the limit will be asked to wait in another room with live feed to the meeting until the Citizens To Be Heard on Agenda Items section or Public Comments section of the meeting has commenced. Speakers will be rotated into Council Chambers to allow everyone an opportunity to speak.

Pursuant to the Illinois Department of Commerce & Economic Opportunity’s Guidelines, it is recommended that any individual appearing in‑person wear a face‑covering to cover their nose and mouth.

Citizens who are unable to attend the meeting can email comments in advance of the meeting to publiccomment@joliet.gov.

ROLL CALL

APPROVAL OF MINUTES

March 10 Funding Sbcm Meeting Minutes for Approval

CITIZENS TO BE HEARD ON AGENDA ITEMS

NOTE: There is a new temporary procedure for public speaking. Details can be found on the Joliet.gov “Public Comments” web page. This section is for anyone wanting to speak regarding items listed on the agenda, except for items listed under Public Hearing. Anyone speaking on an agenda item is entitled to speak for a maximum of 4 minutes.  It is not a question and answer period and staff and the Commission members do not generally respond to public comments. Please note speakers who engage in conduct injurious to the harmony of the committee shall be called to order by the Presiding Officer and may forfeit the opportunity to speak.

WELCOME & INTRODUCTIONS

Non‑Voting Subcommittee Member Introductions

REVIEWING PRESENTATION TO THE ARTS COMMISSION ON MARCH 17 & APRIL 21, 2021

Grant

Partnerships

Fundraising Possibilities

Recommendations for Non‑Voting Subcommittee Members

FUTURE FUNDING OPPORTUNITIES TO FOCUS ON IN 2021

Grant Opportunities

Partnerships/Connections

Other Ideas for Fundraising

REVIEW TIMELINE FOR FUTURE ITEMS

Planning for Future Funding Subcommittee Meetings

NEW OR OLD BUSINESS, NOT FOR FINAL ACTION OR RECOMMENDATION

PUBLIC COMMENT

NOTE: There is a new temporary procedure for public speaking. Details can be found on the Joliet.gov “Public Comments” web page. This section is for anyone wanting to speak regarding items listed on the agenda, except for items listed under Public Hearing. Anyone speaking on an agenda item is entitled to speak for a maximum of 4 minutes.  It is not a question and answer period and staff and the Commission members do not generally respond to public comments. Please note speakers who engage in conduct injurious to the harmony of the committee shall be called to order by the Presiding Officer and may forfeit the opportunity to speak.

ADJOURNMENT

This meeting will be held in an accessible location. If you need a reasonable accommodation, please contact Christa M. Desiderio, City Clerk, 150 West Jefferson Street, Joliet, Illinois 60432 at (815) 724‑3780.

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