After final approval by the architectural commission, if required, an application shall be filed with the city for approval of the proposed fine art by the fine art commission. The application shall be on the form designated by the city, containing the following information:
   A.   Preliminary sketches, photographs, models, or other documentation of sufficient descriptive clarity to indicate the nature of the proposed fine art;
   B.   Curriculum vitae of the artist;
   C.   An appraisal by an independent, qualified fine art appraiser or other evidence satisfactory to the commission of the value of the proposed fine art, including, but not limited to, bona fide invoices, auction records, and fine art gallery records;
   D.   Documentation showing at least one piece of the same or comparable medium, size, and condition that has sold in the last five (5) years, at or above the required fine art obligation value shall be included;
   E.   Sketches, photographs, or other documentation representing to scale the relationship of the proposed fine art as installed to the proposed commercial or mixed use structure. Final approval will be contingent upon accurate depiction of proposed artwork and accurate depiction of installation of artwork; and
   F.   Such other information as may be requested by the director of community development.
Upon receiving a complete application, the fine art commission shall consider the application at its next regularly scheduled meeting; provided however, that the complete application must be received at least two (2) weeks prior to the meeting at which it will be considered. Ten (10) days' prior written notice shall be provided to the applicant of the time and place of the meeting at which the application will be considered. (Ord. 15-O-2672, eff. 2-6-2015)