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Before public art can be placed on private property the Commission shall determine whether the site is appropriate for public art under the Site Selection criteria in AMC 2.29.130. If the site is found to be appropriate for public art, the City shall secure authorization to use and access the private property where the public art will be located before the acquisition process for public art is initiated. There shall be a written agreement or legal instrument, granting the City permission and control of the property so that the property can be used for public art purposes, including access for installation, maintenance and removal of the artwork. Public art can then be acquired for placement on private property by following the process for:

A. Acquisition in AMC 2.29.100, or

B. Gifts and donations in AMC 2.29.110. (Ord. 3003, added, 02/18/2010)

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