Laserfiche WebLink
<br /> <br /> MINUTES <br />CLIVE PARKS AND RECREATION BOARD <br />Monday, September 8, 2008 <br />Council Chambers <br />th <br /> 1900 NW 114 Street <br /> <br />Chairman Lancaster called the meeting to order at 5:30 p.m. <br /> <br />Present – , <br />BarnesCrawford, Lancaster,Lorenzen,Otte <br /> <br />Absent – <br />Klein <br /> <br />Otte made a motion to approve the agenda, seconded by Barnes. All signified aye, motion <br />approved. <br /> <br />Lorenzen made a motion to approve the consent items, seconded by Otte. All signified aye, <br />motion approved. <br /> <br />There were no citizen presentations. <br /> <br />Easler arrived at 5:31 p.m. <br /> <br />Central Iowa Trails Signs- <br />This item was removed from the meeting’s agenda due to lack of response from other <br />communities regarding the grant application. Staff will continue to keep the Board updated <br />with any further information and developments. <br /> <br />Capital Improvement Plan- <br />Staff reviewed the CIP spreadsheet schedule giving descriptions of individual items and <br />estimated costs. The Board prioritized items and amended the plan by including the following <br />four items: Parks Shop Dog Kennel Storage and Staff Room, Signage for the Greenbelt Trail, <br />Walnut Creek bank stabilization and refurbishment of the Campbell Softball Fields. Two <br />items were moved to lower priority including the Microware Bridge and Trail and the <br />Campbell Miniature Golf Project. <br /> <br /> <br />Easler made a motion to approve the Capital Improvement Plan as amended. Crawford <br /> <br />seconded the motion. All signified aye, motion approved. <br /> <br />Clive Smoke Free Policy- <br />Information will be included on the city website to help generate further response from <br />residents. A policy will be developed and brought back to the October meeting for approval. <br /> <br />Park Regulations and Ordinances- <br />Staff discussed incidents that have taken place in our park system and how they have been <br />dealt with in the past. Assessing penalties was mentioned as being an option to use as <br />enforcement for those who don’t comply with ordinances. The Board agreed that warnings <br />followed by citations should be issued to offenders. <br /> <br />