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<br /> <br /> <br /> <br /> <br /> <br /> MINUTES <br />CLIVE PARKS AND RECREATION BOARD <br />Monday, December 7, 2009 <br />Council Chambers <br />th <br /> 1900 NW 114 Street <br /> <br /> <br />Chairman Klein called the meeting to order at 5:30 p.m. <br /> <br />Present <br />–Barnes,Easler, Klein, Lancaster, Reed <br />Absent <br /> – Crawford, Otte <br /> <br />Lancaster made a motion to approve the agenda, seconded by Barnes. All signified aye, <br />motion approved. <br /> <br />Easler made a motion to approve the consent items, seconded by Lancaster. All signified <br />aye, motion approved. <br /> <br /> <br />There were no citizen presentations. <br />Easler made a motion to close Citizen Presentations, seconded by Lancaster. All signified <br />aye, motion approved. <br /> <br />Intentional Feeding of Deer Prohibited-Ordinance Proposal- <br />The proposal is modeled after Urbandale’s ordinance, specifically addressing intentional <br />feeding of deer. Staff shared email responses to the city newsletter article. <br />Janna Bender, 9921 Lincoln Ave., reported that she has witnessed an increase in raccoons <br />being attracted to a neighbor’s deer feeding station. She asked that the issue be addressed <br />before someone is harmed. <br />Mary Davis, 1806 Rio Valley Dr., stated that deer being intentionally fed have become a <br />nuisance to gardens and on the roads in her neighborhood. <br />Vicki Anderson, 14258 Wildwood, expressed that she felt an ordinance is needed since deer <br />are becoming intimidating toward neighbors. <br />th <br />Barbara Flagg, 1795 NW 99 Ct., reported that deer had made a path through neighborhood <br />yards. <br />th <br />Dave Waters, 1301 NW 78 St., past Chairman, Polk County Deer Task Force, complimented <br />the Board on considering an ordinance that would help prevent deer from being hit when <br />crossing traffic ways for feeding. He also mentioned that a state wide ban of intentional <br />feeding is being considered in order to help avoid Chronic Wasting Disease. <br /> <br />Lancaster made a motion to present the ordinance with a recommendation to pass to the City <br />Council, seconded by Easler. All signified aye, motion approved. <br /> <br /> Fee Schedule for 2010 - <br />Staff reviewed fees charged for services provided by the Parks and Recreation Department, <br />with only changes being hourly increases for labor rates. <br /> <br />Lancaster made a motion to approve the 2010 fees as presented, seconded by Barnes. All <br />signified aye, motion approved. <br /> <br />