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MYTH: The City is spending my tax dollars for art in public places.
 
The City does not use tax dollars to fund the public art program, which is actually funded by a fee that developers pay. All new non-residential development, redevelopment, or remodeling greater than 12,500-square-feet in gross floor area, or in mixed-use or multi-family districts on plots greater than one acre participate in the Public Art Program. Owners may contribute directly to the Art Fund or choose on-site artwork. Contributions to the Public Art Fund must be paid with other building permit fees before the building permit can be issued. For details on fees, visit coralsprings.org/publicart.



Posted:2/5/2010
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