2012 Arkansas Code
Title 22 - Public Property
Chapter 3 - Public Buildings and Other Facilities
Subchapter 5 - -- Capitol Arts and Grounds Commission
§ 22-3-504 - Requests -- Contents, hearings, etc.


AR Code § 22-3-504 (2012) What's This?

(a) Before any state agency shall undertake a capital improvement project, as defined in § 22-3-501, on the State Capitol grounds, a request shall be filed with the Capitol Arts and Grounds Commission for its review of the proposed project.

(b) The Capitol Arts and Grounds Commission may require that the requests include:

(1) Architectural and landscaping plans, if appropriate, for the project;

(2) Sufficient information to demonstrate compliance with applicable standards for development; and

(3) Sufficient information to demonstrate consistency of the project with zoning regulations of the Capitol Zoning District Commission.

(c) Upon receipt of a request for review of a project, the Capitol Arts and Grounds Commission shall hold a public meeting for the purpose of obtaining the views of the public on the proposed project. Notices of meetings shall be mailed to interested persons, either by separate notice or by inclusion on the Capitol Arts and Grounds Commission's meeting agenda, at least ten (10) days in advance of the meeting.

(d) If, upon review of the request for review of the project, the Capitol Arts and Grounds Commission believes that more information relating to the project is required, the Capitol Arts and Grounds Commission may postpone action on the request and may ask the requesting agency or the Capitol Arts and Grounds Commission staff to provide additional information.

(e) If the Capitol Arts and Grounds Commission determines that the proposed project is in the best interest of the use of space on the State Capitol grounds, the Capitol Arts and Grounds Commission may give favorable advice.

(f) No state agency shall undertake a capital improvement project, as defined in § 22-3-501, on the State Capitol grounds unless the project is first submitted to and approved by the General Assembly.

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