Parks Board Minutes 02/06/2012
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Parks Board Minutes 02/06/2012
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poff MINUTES <br /> CLIVE PARKS AND RECREATION BOARD <br /> Monday, February 6, 2012 <br /> Council Chambers <br /> 1900 NW 114th Street <br /> Present—Barnes, Shetler, Reed, Martin, *Easler <br /> Absent— Crawford, Ramundt <br /> *Easler arrived at 5:33 p.m. <br /> Reed made a motion to approve the agenda, seconded by Barnes. All signified aye, motion <br /> approvetl, <br /> Barnes made a motion to approve the consent items, seconded by Martin. All signified aye, <br /> motion approvetl, <br /> Citizen presentation: <br /> Clive resident, Craig Stark, was present to discuss the Parks and Recreation Open House that <br /> was held on January 31st. He stated he was very impressed and would like to see more of them. <br /> He would also like to assist Easler in her efforts with the Green and Sustainable Clive project by <br /> networking with individuals who would be helpful and also submit project ideas. <br /> Capital Projects—Campbell Recreation Area, Clive Aquatic Center, Clive Greenbelt Trail: <br /> The consultant team from Genus presented recommendations from the steering committee and <br /> additional input received from the open house for the three capital projects. The City has <br /> allocated $450,000 for the Aquatic Center, $400,000 for the Campbell Recreation Area (focusing <br /> on the softball fields) and $275,000 for the Greenbelt Trail improvements. The consultants <br /> prepared an opinion of probable cost, identifying the highest priorities of the recommendations to <br /> fit within the budget. Staff is seeking Board's consideration to recommend the projects to the <br /> City Council on March 1st <br /> Reed made a motion to recommend that the three projects go forward to City Council for their <br /> consideration, seconded by Martin. All signified aye, motion approvetl. <br /> City-Wide Signage Study: <br /> Assistant City Manager, Matt McQuillen, and the consultant team from Confluence updated the <br /> Board on the progress of the signage project. City Council has made a selection for a design <br /> concept for the signs. Confluence took feedback from the previous Park Board meeting regard- <br /> ing the trail signage and made some modifications and models of a few of the signs. McQuillen <br /> is seeking Board's approval of the design concept for parks and trail signage. Planning will <br /> progress forward and implementation and recommendations will be discussed at April or May's <br /> Board meeting. <br /> Easler made a motion for approval of the proposed signage plan, seconded by Ree(L All <br /> signified aye, motion approvetl, <br />
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