City of Surrey May Dissolve Cultural Development, Public Art Advisory Committees

 Surrey City Hall. | Image: Surrey Now-Leader.

Surrey City Hall. | Image: Surrey Now-Leader.

On December 3, Surrey City Council voted to review a proposal to dissolve five committees, including the Cultural Development and Public Art Advisory Committees. Under the proposal, they will be consolidated into a single committee: the Parks, Recreation and Culture Committee, to be established for a one-year period starting on January 1, 2019.

Other committees facing dissolution include the Diversity Advisory, Parks, Recreation and Sport Tourism and Seniors Advisory Committees.

At present, the Cultural Development Advisory Committee “advises council on ways to increase arts, heritage services and cultural activity.” The Public Art Advisory Committee “promotes the use of art in public spaces and reviews and recommends public art proposals.”

For more information, see this article in the Surrey Now-Leader.

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