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TWELFTH MEETING - Legacy

2013-2014 Regular Session

STATE OF MINNESOTA TWELFTH MEETING
HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES EIGHTY-EIGHTH SESSION

LEGACY COMMITTEE
Chair, Representative Phyllis Kahn

MINUTES

Representative Lillie, Vice Chair of the Legacy Committee, called the meeting to order at 2:17 P.M. on February 20, 2013 in Room 5 of the State Office Building.

The Committee Legislative Assistant noted the roll.

Members present:
Lillie, Vice Chair
Urdahl, Lead Republican
Freiberg
Green
Hausman
McDonald
McNamara, Ex-officio
Murphy, M.
Torkelson
Wagenius
Ward, J.
Wills

Members excused:
Kahn, Chair

A quorum was present at 2:21 P.M.

Dr. Pam Paulson, Sr. Director of Policy, Perpich Center for Arts Education, explained some of the programs that Legacy funding was used for in the past and gave an overview of the Perpich Center's 2014-2015 request for Arts and Cultural Heritage Funds.

Debra Kelly, Sr. Director of Communications, Perpich Center, responded to member questions regarding graduation rates and employment.

Representative Ward moved that the minutes of February 19, 2013 be approved. THE MOTION PREVAILED.

Dianne Krizan, President, MN Children's Museum, explained some of the programs that Legacy funding was used for in the past and gave an overview of the Children's Museum's 2014-2015 request for Arts and Cultural Heritage Funds.

Mark Ranum, Director, Plum Creek Library, and Legislative Chair of MN Library Association (MLA), explained some of the programs that Legacy funding was used for in the past and gave an overview of the MLA's 2014-2015 request for Arts and Cultural Heritage Funds.

Representative Mary Murphy explained to the committee some of the background on library funding.

The meeting was adjourned at 3:21 P.M.


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Representative Leon Lillie, Vice Chair


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Krysta Niedernhofer, Committee Legislative Assistant
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Perpich Center, Children's Museum and Regional Libraries

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