Heritage & Cultural Arts Commission
Meeting Occurrence:2nd Thursday of every month*
Meeting Time:7:00 p.m.
Meeting Location:via Zoom Video Communications (during COVID outbreak)
Meeting Procedure During Coronavirus (COVID-19) Outbreak:
Pursuant to the Governor’s Executive Order N-29-20 (March 17, 2020), the City is authorized to hold public meetings via teleconferencing and to make public meetings accessible telephonically or otherwise electronically to all members of the public, without making available any physical location for the public. The Governor’s Executive Order N-08-21 (June 11, 2021) has extended this provision regarding the conduct of public meetings through September 30, 2021.
The Dublin Heritage and Cultural Arts Commission will hold online virtual meetings via Zoom Video Communications. Zoom Webinar information can be found on the most current agenda. Members of the public who wish to address the Heritage and Cultural Arts Commission will need to complete an online speaker slip. Speakers will be able to participate using a computer or smart phone. A telephonic option will also be available to those who cannot access a computer or smart phone during the meeting. The speaker will be announced in the meeting when it is his/her time to speak to the Heritage and Cultural Arts Commission. The speaker will then have three minutes to provide comments.
Agendas & Minutes
|Commission Member||Position||Term Expiration Date|
|Shweta Agrawal||Vice Chairperson||December 2024|
|Robert Bennett||Commissioner||December 2024|
|Kathy Blackburn||Commissioner||December 2022|
|Gina Gabriell||Chairperson||December 2022|
|Margaret Liang||Commissioner||December 2024|
|Steve Minniear||Commissioner||December 2022|
|Julia Tomtania||Commissioner||December 2024|
|David Hess||Alternate Commissioner||December 2022|
The Heritage and Cultural Arts Commission is an advisory body to the City Council and City Staff. This Commission is made up of seven members of the community who serve four-year staggered terms. The Commission considers and makes recommendations to the City Council on historical, cultural, and artistic matters by:
- Ensuring historical preservation of the Heritage Center
- Generating public input concerning the arts
- Reviewing arts contract proposals
The Commission may also review and make recommendations regarding the City's budgets for arts programs, facilities, and the Heritage and Cultural Arts Long Range Plan for the community. The Heritage and Cultural Arts Commission Bylaws and Rules of Procedure govern the meetings and activities of the Commission.