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  1. Calendar Overlay Meetings (4)


  1. Housing Appeals Board

    July 14, 2021, 10:00 AM @ Manhattan Fire Department

    Housing Appeals Board, 10a.m., Manhattan Fire Department, Lecture Hall, 2000 Denison Avenue

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  2. Arts and Humanities Advisory Board Meeting

    July 14, 2021, 11:45 AM @ Anthony Recreation Center, Multi-Purpose Room

    The purpose of the Arts and Humanities Advisory Board is to promote and support arts and humanities in the City of Manhattan, as follows: To annually review the Capital Improvement Program (“CIP”) to make recommendations to incorporate arts and humanities elements into the CIP projects, as the advisory board deems appropriate. To provide an annual report and plan to the City Commission on arts and humanities opportunities in the City, to include recommended activities, programs, projects, and collaborations. To research and recommend fundraising and grant opportunities. To assist with developing City guidelines related to the selection and placement of public art and other displays, performances, exhibitions and similar arts and humanities activities. To make reports and recommendations to the governing body on all matters referred to it by the governing body.

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  3. Ordinance Advisory Committee Meeting

    July 14, 2021, 4:00 PM @ City Commission Room

    For this meeting, the Community Development staff will cover Art. 26-8. Procedures and Administration and Art. 26-9. Land Development Review.

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  4. Board of Zoning Appeals

    July 14, 2021, 7:00 PM @ City Commission Room

    The Board of Zoning Appeals is a quasi-judicial board, which, through state statute, is granted the authority to consider and approve, or deny, applications requesting relief from the requirements of the Zoning Regulations involving private property within the City of Manhattan. The board's decisions are made following quasi-judicial procedure, to develop findings of fact, based on evidence presented to it during a public hearing.

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