Fayetteville Advertising and Promotion Commissioners awarded $138,492 to help fund 22 projects during its regular fall special funding meeting Monday afternoon.
Recent discussion about murals could spark a new public art program in Fayetteville in the coming months.
The Fayetteville Advertising and Promotion Commission on Tuesday gave final funding approval for a new mural from local artist Jason Jones.
The Fayetteville Advertising and Promotion Commission on Monday chose its preferred location for a new mural from local artist Jason Jones.
Fayetteville Advertising and Promotion Commissioners awarded $77,830 to help fund 20 projects during its regular spring special funding discussion Monday afternoon.
The Fayetteville Advertising & Promotion Commission on Monday denied a $30,000 request by Bikes, Blues & BBQ to fund an interactive marketing campaign intended to revitalize and increase attendance at the annual motorcycle rally.
Fayetteville Advertising and Promotion Commissioners will have one more application to consider when they distribute their leftover tax dollars next week.
The Fayetteville Advertising and Promotion Commission won’t be able to please everyone next month.
Commissioners chose Behrend over one other candidate, Jim Huson, who owns Doe’s Eat Place restaurant on Dickson Street in Fayetteville and another location in Bentonville.
Gray, who was recently re-elected to a third term, also serves on the council’s Transportation, Nominating and Equipment committees.
Tennant was appointed to the commission in January 2011 after he was elected for his first term on the City Council in place of outgoing Ward 3 Alderman Robert Rhoads.
Commissioners on Monday voted unanimously to offer the position to Kym Hughes, former executive director of tourism and hospitality for the city of Sandy Springs, Georgia.
The vote mirrored a 4-3 decision made during the commission’s regular meeting on Monday when commissioners twice met in a closed, executive session to narrow the field of over 50 applicants for the job.
Commissioners made their decision in a closed, executive session where members of the public and media are not allowed to listen in.
Fayetteville Advertising and Promotion Commissioners awarded $155,922 to help fund 24 projects during their regular fall special funding discussion Monday afternoon.