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Clive Public Arts Commission Meeting <br /> Minutes <br /> April 6, 2015 <br /> Present: Josh Dreyer, Faith Garnaas, Karen Leibold, Tracy Levine, Tom Murphy, Dr. <br /> Vicky Poole, Matt McQuillen, and Scott Cirksena & Andrea Westmeyer of the Clive <br /> Community Foundation <br /> Absent: None <br /> Call to Order: Chairperson Karen Leibold called the meeting to order at 5:30 p.m. <br /> Approval of Agenda: A motion was made by Dr. Vicky Poole to approve the Clive Public <br /> Arts Advisory Commission (PAAC) April 6 agenda and seconded by Faith Garnaas. <br /> Carried. <br /> Approval of Minutes: A motion was made by Tom Murphy to approve the December 1 <br /> minutes and seconded by Dr. Vicky Poole. Carried. <br /> Art Along the Trail: <br /> a. Kick Off Event - The kick-off event will be held on Friday, May 15th at 4:30 <br /> p.m. at ReMax Precision. Matt added that the event will once again be paired <br /> with Clive Chamber of Commerce's Business After Hours. <br /> b. Brochure Design Selection —All 10 brochure designs were unique and <br /> impressive. After viewing them all, the choices were narrowed down to three. <br /> All agreed that a larger trail map was needed, the Clive logo should be <br /> included and the photo on the front cover should incorporate all of the art <br /> pieces. Tom made some edits for changes on each. <br /> Marasco Update: Matt gave the update. He stated that he recently got a lot of good <br /> ideas. All in all, he wants re-format the presentation, and wants to look at re-framing the <br /> marketing, looking at a different way to attack it in terms of a fundraising standpoint. He <br /> wants to focus on the person to honor, then the project, then the location. <br /> Matt then spoke of the idea to start a maintenance endowment. This would set <br /> aside a certain amount of money each year to take out if we have maintenance costs or <br /> an emergency. <br /> For the art pieces, the structural engineers modified the designs to an 18 foot <br /> and 15 foot for the purpose of seeing the range of pricing. The fabricators are currently <br /> reviewing this. With this, the structural engineers estimate a 30% reduction in cost. This <br /> trims around $30,000, and will help to bridge the funding gap. Matt will also be going to <br /> local area groups looking to secure some grants. He feels we're in a much better <br /> position to move the project forward. <br />