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ORDINANCE TO ENCOURAGE THE DEVELOPMENT OF PUBLIC ART

ORDINANCE NO. 2013 -04

AN ORDINANCE TO ENCOURAGE THE DEVELOPMENT OF PUBLIC ART

WHEREAS; The Town of Nashville is a historic art colony. It has been a haven for artists and art lovers for almost a century, and;

WHEREAS; The Town Council wishes to encourage the creation of works of art that can be seen and appreciated by the residents and visitors to the Town and;

WHEREAS; The Town Council appreciates that good art requires artistic freedom, but that public art affects the safety, morality, and commerce of the community;

IT IS THEREFORE ORDAINED AS FOLLOWS:

1. No work of Public Art as hereinafter defined shall be built, erected, drawn, painted, or displayed on public property or on private property within the Village District, or Zones B1,B2,B3, or RB without a permit.

2. The Town of Nashville Arts and Entertainment Commission as established by Ordinance Number 2012-08 shall be the permitting agent for the Town Council.

3. There shall be no fee charged for a permit.

4. "Public Art" includes all works of human creativity the primary purpose of which is to please the visual and tactile senses, including but not limited to, paintings, sculptures, mobiles, fountains, and murals, located outdoors, which can be viewed or touched from public streets, sidewalks, parks or parking areas. "Public Art” does not include works or products that are displayed for sale on private property.

5. All applications shall be on the forms provided by the Commission. The permit will be reviewed by the commission and granted or denied within forty five (45) days of the application date. Any application not reviewed within forty five (45) days shall be deemed granted. Applicants may appeal any decision of the commission to the Town Council. All appeals will be heard by the Council at the next regular meeting following the date of the denial. Any decision of the Council may be subject to judicial review pursuant to statutory procedure.

6. Any project which would otherwise require an improvement location permit or a certificate of appropriateness shall also be subject to review by the Development Review Commission, and all other requirements of the Town Land Use Ordinances.

7.Violations of this ordinance shall be subject to the general penalty provisions of Section 10-99 of the Nashville Code of Ordinances.

8. This ordinance shall become effective upon passage and publication as required by law.

IT IS SO ORDAINED ON THIS 21st day of March, 2013 BY THE AUTHORITY OF THE NASHVILLE TOWN COUNCIL.

Robert Kirlin, Council President

Charles B. King, Council Vice-President

R. Sean Cassiday, Councilmember

Jane Gore, Councilmember

Arthur Omberg, Councilmember

 

Prepared by: James T. Roberts

Attorney for the Town of Nashville

ATTEST: Brenda K Young, Clerk-Treasurer

13-131  5/8 & 5/15/2103  31636848

  • January 26
    BC Commissioners
    6 p.m. County Office Building, 201 N. Locust Lane
  • January 27
    Widowed group euchre party
    1 p.m. Sycamore Valley Community Center, 746 Memorial Drive
  • January 27
    Euchre
    6 p.m. Sycamore Valley Center, 746 Memorial Drive (fairgrounds)
  • January 27
    Open 12-step meetings in New Bellsville area
    6 to 7 p.m. Harmony Baptist Church, 3999 Mt. Liberty Road, New Bellesville
  • January 27
    BC Election Board
    2 p.m. County Office Building, 201 N. Locust Lane
  • January 27
    BC Area Plan Commission
    6 p.m. County Office Building, 201 N. Locust Lane
  • January 28
    Jeff Foster at Hobnob restaurant
    6 to 8 p.m. Hobnob, 17 W. Main St.
  • January 28
    BC Sheriff's Merit Board
    4 p.m. Law Enforcement Center, 55 State Road 46 East
  • January 28
    BC Board of Zoning Appeals
    6 p.m. County Office Building, 201 N. Locust Lane
  • January 29
    Go Club at the library Thursdays
    3:30 to 5 p.m. Brown County Public Library, 205 N. Locust Lane
  • January 30
    Bingo
    6 p.m. Fruitdale Fire Station, 5200 State Road 135 North, Bean Blossom
  • January 31
    Euchre
    6 p.m. Sycamore Valley Center, 746 Memorial Drive (fairgrounds)
  • January 31
    Dave Miller at Abe Martin Lodge
    5:30 to 7:30 p.m. Abe Martin Lodge, Brown County State Park
  • February 2
    Gnaw Bone Sewage District
    5:30 p.m. Library, 205 N. Locust Lane
  • February 3
    Euchre
    6 p.m. Sycamore Valley Center, 746 Memorial Drive (fairgrounds)
  • February 3
    Bean Blossom Regional Sewer Board
    7:30 p.m. County Office Building, 201 N. Locust Lane
  • February 4
    Lake Lemon Conservancy District annual meeting
    6 p.m. Benton Township Senior Center, 7616 E. State Road 45, Unionville
  • February 4
    Jeff Foster at Hobnob restaurant
    6 to 8 p.m. Hobnob, 17 W. Main St.
  • February 4
    Van Buren Township Advisory Board
    7 p.m. Van Buren trustee's office, 4748 Christianburg Road
  • February 5
    Jackson Township Board
    6 p.m. Jackson Fire Station, 4831 Helmsburg Road
  • February 6
    Bingo
    5 p.m. Fruitdale Fire Station, 5200 State Road 135 North, Bean Blossom
  • February 9
    Washington Township Trustees
    7 p.m. Parkview Church of the Nazarene, 1750 State Road 46 East
  • February 12
    BC Convention & Visitors Commission
    8:30 a.m. County Office Building, 201 N. Locust Lane
  • February 13
    Bingo
    5 p.m. Fruitdale Fire Station, 5200 State Road 135 North.
  • February 14
    Free community breakfast at Sprunica church
    8 to 10 a.m. Sprunica Baptist Church, 3902 Sprunica Road
  • February 17
    Hamblen Trustee Board annual review
    6:30 p.m. 2314 Hickory Ridge Lane off Hornettown Road