Advisory Committee on Architecture and Planning
Also known as:
Capitol Area Architectural and Planning Board Advisory Committee
Active dates:1967 -
Function: The advisory committee must advise the Capitol Area Architectural and Planning Board (CAAPB) on all architectural and planning matters. The CAAPB must not approve a plan for a new public building under section 15B.10 or 15B.13 unless it first receives the comments and criticism of the advisory committee, or unless the plan is excepted from the consideration of the advisory committee under section 15B.10, subdivision 4, paragraph (c).
Three-members: each of the three must be either an architect or a planner. One must be appointed by the CAAPB; one, by the State Board of the Arts; and one, by the Minnesota Society of the American Institute of Architects.
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