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Councilwoman Laura Pastor’s Statement on Today’s Latino Cultural Center VoteCouncilwoman Laura Pastor’s Statement on Today’s Latino Cultural Center Vote<div class="ExternalClass30CA0F35D0B6441DB81D066EC0403DE9"><p></p><p>"It was a unanimous vote for the Latino Cultural Center. There's the possibility of the North building on Margaret T. Hance Park or another location. In addition, we voted for a RFP to select a capital campaign consultant to assist in the financial planning of the Latino Cultural Center. <br></p><p>The City of Phoenix's Latino arts and culture community is rich, vibrant and ever evolving. This center will be a home for more than just art. It will encompass story-telling, cultural foods, music, programs and festivals. Today's vote is a vital step in the 18-year process to provide our City with the long-overdue Cultural Center it deserves.</p><p>I would like to thank Councilman Nowakowski, former Mayor Williams, Mayor Gallego and Council for making history."​<br></p><p>Learn more about the Latino Cultural Center: <a href="/arts/latinoculturalcenter">Phoenix.gov/arts/latinoculturalcenter</a>​​​​<br></p></div>12/4/2019 11:45:00 PMStephanie Bracken 602-495-5405