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Report 309, ( June 1993 ) 86 pages (For ease of use and downloading, this document has been broken into 5 sections)

Alternative Funding Strategies for the Support of Regional Cultural Facilities in Southeast Michigan

Addresses the question of how adequate financial support for the major arts and cultural facilities in southeast Michigan can be assured. Recommends creation of a Southeast Michigan Regional Cultural Authority to be financed with a 5 to 6 percent tax on amusement and recreation services. The state Equity Package, Detroit art and historical museums, Detroit zoo, Detroit Library, Belle Isle Park, Detroit Art Institute, Detroit Symphony and Orchestra Hall, Cranbrook, the Edison Institute are all discussed. — Summarized in CC 1018 Section 1 — the Tables of Contents, the Executive Summary, and the Summary and Conclusions, [23,089 bytes] Section 2 — Chapter 1, The Problem, and Chapter 2, City of Detroit and State of Michigan Support for the Arts, pages 1 – 19 [37,701 bytes] Section 3 — Chapter 3, Lessons from Other Cities, and Chapter 4, The Private Support Options, pages 20 – 39 [46,347 bytes] Section 4 — Chapter 5, Other Governmental Support Options for Southeast Michigan, and Chapter 6, Financing a Southeast Michigan Regional Cultural Authority, pages 40 – 65 [56,068 bytes] Section 5 — Chapter 7, Governance, Responsibility, and Accountability, and Chapter 8, Facing the Future, pages 66 – 73 [22,195 bytes]
Report 309, ( June 1993 ) 86 pages (For ease of use and downloading, this document has been broken into 5 sections)

Alternative Funding Strategies for the Support of Regional Cultural Facilities in Southeast Michigan

Addresses the question of how adequate financial support for the major arts and cultural facilities in southeast Michigan can be assured. Recommends creation of a Southeast Michigan Regional Cultural Authority to be financed with a 5 to 6 percent tax on amusement and recreation services. The state Equity Package, Detroit art and historical museums, Detroit zoo, Detroit Library, Belle Isle Park, Detroit Art Institute, Detroit Symphony and Orchestra Hall, Cranbrook, the Edison Institute are all discussed. — Summarized in CC 1018 Section 1 — the Tables of Contents, the Executive Summary, and the Summary and Conclusions, [23,089 bytes] Section 2 — Chapter 1, The Problem, and Chapter 2, City of Detroit and State of Michigan Support for the Arts, pages 1 – 19 [37,701 bytes] Section 3 — Chapter 3, Lessons from Other Cities, and Chapter 4, The Private Support Options, pages 20 – 39 [46,347 bytes] Section 4 — Chapter 5, Other Governmental Support Options for Southeast Michigan, and Chapter 6, Financing a Southeast Michigan Regional Cultural Authority, pages 40 – 65 [56,068 bytes] Section 5 — Chapter 7, Governance, Responsibility, and Accountability, and Chapter 8, Facing the Future, pages 66 – 73 [22,195 bytes]

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