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41-1363. Monuments and memorials within governmental mall; legislative authorization; approval; procedure

A. Notwithstanding section 34-225 or any other law, a monument or memorial in recognition of or honoring a person, group, entity or event shall be located in the governmental mall only if a prior legislative act authorizes the monument or memorial.

B. After legislative authorization, a monument or memorial may be established by the following procedures:

1. The proponents shall submit a concept to the department of administration for the design, dimensions and location of the monument or memorial.

2. The department of administration shall review the concept and determine the most appropriate location that highlights the monument or memorial and preserves the integrity of the governmental mall.

3. The department of administration shall submit its review and recommendations to the legislative governmental mall commission including recommendations regarding its ability to maintain the monument or memorial.

4. After recommendations from the historical advisory commission regarding the historical integrity of the monument or memorial and after any necessary negotiations with the proponents, the legislative governmental mall commission, in consultation with the department of administration, shall approve the final design, dimensions, location and maintenance requirements of the monument or memorial, the minimum dollar amount required for deposit in the state monument and memorial repair fund established by section 41-1365 and any statement, declaration, writing or inscription that will be imprinted or stamped on the monument or memorial.

5. Before the beginning of construction of the monument or memorial, the proponents shall enter into a contract with the department of administration specifying the conditions of the design, dimensions and location of the monument or memorial, a list of the artists, contractors and subcontractors that will be employed, the minimum dollar amount required for deposit in the state monument and memorial repair fund established by section 41-1365 and a verification that all employees for the project are insured and that this state is indemnified against any liability in regard to the construction.

6. An approved monument or memorial shall be completed and dedicated to this state within two years after the effective date of the legislative act authorizing the monument or memorial.

C. Except as otherwise provided in this section or section 41-1365, all fund-raising, establishment and administration of a fund for deposit of monies and contracts for artistic design and construction of the monument or memorial are the sole responsibility of the proponents.

D. If the completed monument or memorial deviates from the final design or dimension that was approved by the legislative governmental mall commission or any statement, declaration, writing or inscription that is imprinted or stamped on the monument or memorial deviates from that which was approved by the legislative governmental mall commission, the proponents are responsible for any costs incurred to conform the monument or memorial to the approved form.

E. The proponents shall collect an amount equal to at least ten per cent of the artistic design and construction costs of the monument or memorial or the amount approved by the legislative governmental mall commission as provided in subsection B of this section. The department of administration shall deposit these monies in the state monument and memorial repair fund established by section 41-1365 for the maintenance, repair, reconditioning or relocation of that monument or memorial. The monies must be deposited in the fund before the beginning of construction of the monument or memorial.

F. On review and approval by the legislative governmental mall commission, the department of administration may relocate monuments or memorials that are located in the governmental mall.

G. This section does not apply to monuments or memorials in which a political subdivision has a contractual interest and that are located in the governmental mall but that are outside Wesley Bolin plaza.

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Statutes > Arizona > Title41 > 41-1363

41-1363. Monuments and memorials within governmental mall; legislative authorization; approval; procedure

A. Notwithstanding section 34-225 or any other law, a monument or memorial in recognition of or honoring a person, group, entity or event shall be located in the governmental mall only if a prior legislative act authorizes the monument or memorial.

B. After legislative authorization, a monument or memorial may be established by the following procedures:

1. The proponents shall submit a concept to the department of administration for the design, dimensions and location of the monument or memorial.

2. The department of administration shall review the concept and determine the most appropriate location that highlights the monument or memorial and preserves the integrity of the governmental mall.

3. The department of administration shall submit its review and recommendations to the legislative governmental mall commission including recommendations regarding its ability to maintain the monument or memorial.

4. After recommendations from the historical advisory commission regarding the historical integrity of the monument or memorial and after any necessary negotiations with the proponents, the legislative governmental mall commission, in consultation with the department of administration, shall approve the final design, dimensions, location and maintenance requirements of the monument or memorial, the minimum dollar amount required for deposit in the state monument and memorial repair fund established by section 41-1365 and any statement, declaration, writing or inscription that will be imprinted or stamped on the monument or memorial.

5. Before the beginning of construction of the monument or memorial, the proponents shall enter into a contract with the department of administration specifying the conditions of the design, dimensions and location of the monument or memorial, a list of the artists, contractors and subcontractors that will be employed, the minimum dollar amount required for deposit in the state monument and memorial repair fund established by section 41-1365 and a verification that all employees for the project are insured and that this state is indemnified against any liability in regard to the construction.

6. An approved monument or memorial shall be completed and dedicated to this state within two years after the effective date of the legislative act authorizing the monument or memorial.

C. Except as otherwise provided in this section or section 41-1365, all fund-raising, establishment and administration of a fund for deposit of monies and contracts for artistic design and construction of the monument or memorial are the sole responsibility of the proponents.

D. If the completed monument or memorial deviates from the final design or dimension that was approved by the legislative governmental mall commission or any statement, declaration, writing or inscription that is imprinted or stamped on the monument or memorial deviates from that which was approved by the legislative governmental mall commission, the proponents are responsible for any costs incurred to conform the monument or memorial to the approved form.

E. The proponents shall collect an amount equal to at least ten per cent of the artistic design and construction costs of the monument or memorial or the amount approved by the legislative governmental mall commission as provided in subsection B of this section. The department of administration shall deposit these monies in the state monument and memorial repair fund established by section 41-1365 for the maintenance, repair, reconditioning or relocation of that monument or memorial. The monies must be deposited in the fund before the beginning of construction of the monument or memorial.

F. On review and approval by the legislative governmental mall commission, the department of administration may relocate monuments or memorials that are located in the governmental mall.

G. This section does not apply to monuments or memorials in which a political subdivision has a contractual interest and that are located in the governmental mall but that are outside Wesley Bolin plaza.


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Statutes > Arizona > Title41 > 41-1363

41-1363. Monuments and memorials within governmental mall; legislative authorization; approval; procedure

A. Notwithstanding section 34-225 or any other law, a monument or memorial in recognition of or honoring a person, group, entity or event shall be located in the governmental mall only if a prior legislative act authorizes the monument or memorial.

B. After legislative authorization, a monument or memorial may be established by the following procedures:

1. The proponents shall submit a concept to the department of administration for the design, dimensions and location of the monument or memorial.

2. The department of administration shall review the concept and determine the most appropriate location that highlights the monument or memorial and preserves the integrity of the governmental mall.

3. The department of administration shall submit its review and recommendations to the legislative governmental mall commission including recommendations regarding its ability to maintain the monument or memorial.

4. After recommendations from the historical advisory commission regarding the historical integrity of the monument or memorial and after any necessary negotiations with the proponents, the legislative governmental mall commission, in consultation with the department of administration, shall approve the final design, dimensions, location and maintenance requirements of the monument or memorial, the minimum dollar amount required for deposit in the state monument and memorial repair fund established by section 41-1365 and any statement, declaration, writing or inscription that will be imprinted or stamped on the monument or memorial.

5. Before the beginning of construction of the monument or memorial, the proponents shall enter into a contract with the department of administration specifying the conditions of the design, dimensions and location of the monument or memorial, a list of the artists, contractors and subcontractors that will be employed, the minimum dollar amount required for deposit in the state monument and memorial repair fund established by section 41-1365 and a verification that all employees for the project are insured and that this state is indemnified against any liability in regard to the construction.

6. An approved monument or memorial shall be completed and dedicated to this state within two years after the effective date of the legislative act authorizing the monument or memorial.

C. Except as otherwise provided in this section or section 41-1365, all fund-raising, establishment and administration of a fund for deposit of monies and contracts for artistic design and construction of the monument or memorial are the sole responsibility of the proponents.

D. If the completed monument or memorial deviates from the final design or dimension that was approved by the legislative governmental mall commission or any statement, declaration, writing or inscription that is imprinted or stamped on the monument or memorial deviates from that which was approved by the legislative governmental mall commission, the proponents are responsible for any costs incurred to conform the monument or memorial to the approved form.

E. The proponents shall collect an amount equal to at least ten per cent of the artistic design and construction costs of the monument or memorial or the amount approved by the legislative governmental mall commission as provided in subsection B of this section. The department of administration shall deposit these monies in the state monument and memorial repair fund established by section 41-1365 for the maintenance, repair, reconditioning or relocation of that monument or memorial. The monies must be deposited in the fund before the beginning of construction of the monument or memorial.

F. On review and approval by the legislative governmental mall commission, the department of administration may relocate monuments or memorials that are located in the governmental mall.

G. This section does not apply to monuments or memorials in which a political subdivision has a contractual interest and that are located in the governmental mall but that are outside Wesley Bolin plaza.

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