Parks Board Minutes 01/07/2013
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Parks Board Minutes 2013
Parks Board Minutes 01/07/2013
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poff MINUTES <br /> CLIVE PARKS AND RECREATION BOARD <br /> Monday, January 7, 2013 <br /> Council Chambers <br /> 1900 NW 114th Street <br /> Kelly Canfield, Director of Parks and Recreation, called the meeting to order at 5:31 p.m. <br /> Present—Easler*, Martin, Ramundt, Reed, Shetler <br /> *Easler arrived at 5:31. <br /> Easler nominated Kevin Shetler to serve as Board Chairperson for 2013, Reed moved to <br /> cease nominations, seconded by Ramundt. No other nominations were submitted. All <br /> signified aye, nomination and motion approved. <br /> Shetler nominated Dana Ramundt to serve as Board Vice Chairperson for 2013, Ramundt <br /> declined nomination. Ramundt nominated Scott Crawford, seconded by Reed. No other <br /> nominations were submitted. All signified aye, nomination and motion approved. <br /> Shetler made a motion to approve the agenda, seconded by Easley: All signified aye, motion <br /> approvetL <br /> Easler made a motion to approve the consent items, seconded by Ramundt. All signified aye, <br /> motion approvetL <br /> There were no citizen presentations. <br /> Recreation Program Expense/Revenue Policy Discussion and Recreation Programs for 2013: <br /> For many years staff has priced recreation programs based upon two main factors. In the fee <br /> schedule each year, the Board has approved the 70% rile which notes that fees will be deter- <br /> mined based up a recovery of costs for each program at 70% participation. Staff has always tried <br /> to incorporate all of the costs for programs including planning staff time, administrative staff <br /> time and maintenance staff time. Staff then compares their costs to the market value of the pro- <br /> gram and price the program to what they believe the market will bear. The 2009 Comprehensive <br /> Plan notes that there is a very good cost recovery rate. Still the plan notes that staff should <br /> further define that cost recovery plan so that there is in equity in pricing services for tax-payers. <br /> The new strategic plan also notes a need to develop an outcome-based metrics and goals for the <br /> department. <br /> Staff provided a second draft of the "Recreation Program Cost Recovery Policy," along with two <br /> sheets that were titled Recreation Program Opportunities for 2013 and Recreation Program <br /> Opportunities for 2013 Example. The first of these sheets placed each program that is <br /> anticipated to be offered for 2013 into one of the five categories noted as Public Service, Merit <br /> Service and Private Goods and Services. The example sheet provided a breakdown of how staff <br /> will establish a pricing stricture for each recreation program opportunity. Staff will continue <br /> working to run every program listed through this fee schedule stricture. From the examples <br />
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