Date(s) - Wednesday, Sep 02
9:00 am - 12:00 pm
We cannot have this painted on our streets with YOUR taxpaying dollars! We are not the type of city who supports a Marxist agenda. The mayor and several councilmembers still have not condemned the riots and looting. Please send them a clear message that Phoenix residents supports unity and not the division this organization has stirred up.
We need you to:
1. Contact your councilmember and the mayors office to ask them to vote no or take it off the agenda altogether.
2. Register to speak and/or leave a comment under agenda item #19
Instructions to signup to speak in the links below.
Transportation, Infrastructure and Innovation Subcommittee
Agenda Meeting Location: Phoenix
200 W. Jefferson St.
Phoenix, AZ 85003
Wednesday, September 2, 2020 9:00 AM phoenix.gov
OPTIONS TO ACCESS THIS MEETING
– Watch the meeting live streamed on phoenix.gov or Phoenix Channel 11 on Cox Cable.
– Call-in to listen to the meeting. Dial 602-666-0783 and Enter Meeting ID 126 852 1460# (for
English) or 126 495 5270# (for Spanish). Press # again when prompted for attendee ID.
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– Register via telephone at 602-262-6001 at least 1 hour prior to the start of this meeting, noting
the item number. Then, use the Call-in phone number and Meeting ID listed above at the time of
the meeting to call-in and speak.
(Per the most recent social distancing guidelines from the federal government, no residents will
be allowed to attend the meeting in-person.)
#19 Street Mural Pilot Program
This report provides information to and requests direction from the
Transportation, Infrastructure and Innovation Subcommittee on a potential pilot project for the installation of a Black Lives Matter street mural in downtown Phoenix.
THIS ITEM IS FOR DISCUSSION AND POSSIBLE ACTION.
This item is submitted by Deputy City Manager Mario Paniagua and the Street Transportation Department.
The PUBLIC STREETS of Phoenix should not have any markings other than LEGAL, common traffic lanes, crosswalks and bike paths!
Or you will have to open them up to ALL political, religious, social messages! We must stop all this hate, race baiting! Allowing this on PUBLIC STREETS will only segregate our city more and will end up in law suits if others cannot put a message!
PLEASE VOTE NO and stop it right here in Transportation, Infrastructure and Innovation Subcommittee!
This cannot be legal on PUBLIC OWNED PROPERTY!