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File #: RES PH 20-59    Version: 1 Name: Artwork in Public ROW on Skyway bridge 30
Type: Resolution-Public Hearing Status: Passed
In control: City Council
Final action: 3/4/2020
Title: Approving the temporary installation of artwork in the public right-of-way on the Robert Street skyway windows between the Pioneer Endicott and First National Bank Buildings.
Sponsors: Rebecca Noecker
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Approving the temporary installation of artwork in the public right-of-way on the Robert Street skyway windows between the Pioneer Endicott and First National Bank Buildings.

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WHEREAS, the Minnesota Museum of American Art “Applicant” wishes to utilize the Robert Street skyway windows between the Pioneer Endicott and First National Bank Building (bridge #30) to install a lively and colorful vinyl cut-out design titled It’s Okay to Laugh artwork “Project”; and,
WHEREAS, the Project will consist of temporary translucent films of colorful characters in varying shapes mounted directly on interior window surfaces; and,
WHEREAS, resolution RES 19-1622 adopted by the City Council on September 18, 2019, provides the permitting policy and process for the review and approval of public art proposed in the ROW; and,
WHEREAS, resolution RES 19-1622 sets forth the following general conditions for Project installation:
1. Artworks approved for installation in the public right-of-way must be of an appropriate size, scale and material to withstand the weather, traffic and other rigors of public right-of-way conditions for the period of time it will be installed
2. Works must be fabricated off-site. Only minor assembly needed for installation may be performed on site.
3. All costs and arrangements for the transportation of the work to the site and of its installation shall be the responsibility of the applicant.
4. All costs of and arrangements for the removal of the artwork from the site shall be the responsibility of the applicant. Applicant will be responsible for restoring the site to its original condition at its own expense. Removal of painted are shall include complete removal of all paint by either chemical or abrasive methods and shall not be considered complete until no evidence of the art is discernible or until a stable surface can be guaranteed.
5. Applican...

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