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and Recreation Commission
June 3, 2014
Diedrick, Doneen, Gelbach, D. Holt, M. Holt, Newby
Stoner, and Wall notified staff about being unable to attend
No Public Comment. Agenda adjusted
to accommodate Commissioner Wall who needed to leave meeting early.
3. APPROVAL OF
MINUTES - MAY 6, 2014 MEETING
Minutes for the May 6, 2014
meeting were approved unanimously.
4. ELECTION OF
CHAIR and VICE CHAIR
Motion by Diedrick, second by Azer
to nominate David Holt to the position of Parks and Recreation Commission
Chair. D. Holt indicated his willingness to continue but wanted the Commission
to have a discussion including consideration of Commissioner Terms when
nominating. Following discussion, the motion passed unanimously.
Motion by Doneen, second by
Gelbach to nominate Lee Diedrick to the position of Parks and Recreation
Commission Vice Chair. Diedrick indicated her willingness to serve as Vice
Chair. Motion passed unanimously.
5. PREPARE for
JOINT CITY COUNCIL/COMMISSION MEETING
In an effort to prepare for the
Joint Meeting with the City Council, the Commission spent time reviewing goals,
accomplishments and making assignments to Commission members on certain topics
to lead at the meeting. Those assignments are as follows:
Diedrick & M. Holt will speak to the council on the Volunteer
Coordinator position and enhanced volunteer participation
Doneen will cover the Natural Resource, Forestry and Trails area
as well as the cooperative work completed by members of the Parks &
Recreation Commission and the PWET Commission.
Gelbach will update the Council on the Commission?s communication
D. Holt will share information on the Renewal Program
Newby will handle the Community Center topic
D. Holt will provide a status update on the Local Option Sales
Wall will review latest Park Board Materials and look for direction
from the Council
Commission member Azer indicated
that she was unable to attend the joint meeting due to a work conflict.
Commission agreed to gather at 6pm
on Monday, June 9 prior to the meeting to be present and prepared for when the
item comes up on the City Council agenda.
6. PARKS AND
RECREATION RENEWAL PROGRAM STATUS
Brokke updated the commission on
Renewal Package A the buildings and shelters; work has begun in Lexington Park.
Fencing has also gone up in Villa Park and Sandcastle Park. Staff is working to
finalize the remaining package contracts.
7. STAFF REPORT
The Commission for Accredited Parks and Recreation Agency (CAPRA)
visitation team was in town May 20-22. We are proud to report that Roseville
achieved 100% of the 144 standards.
Thanks to Assistant Director Anfang for leading this process with
high achievement and to the entire staff for their part in the success.
Commission members spoke about the importance of communicating
the Accreditation accomplishments.
Lonnie explained the benefits and significance of the
There are two Community Build Playground projects coming up; we
are still looking for volunteers at Howard Johnson Park from noon - 4pm this
Saturday, June 7.
There has been a preliminary inquiry into a cell tower at
Evergreen Park. ATT has suggested using the hockey rink light poles. This is a
very early inquiry and staff is looking for the Commission?s input. Commission
members agreed that it would be worth getting more information. We will be
bringing back more information as it is received.
M. Holt asked about how FORParks might go about starting the
discussion on changing the City Ordinance relating to alcohol vendors at the
Skating Center to allow for more vending opportunities at the upcoming FORParks
Brokke explained how the ordinance has changed/evolved over time.
The adjacent city factor has come to be to aid in controlling and limiting the
alcohol providers allowing for a consistency in service and understanding of
Commissioners followed up with a discussion on considerations for
the current ordinance being changed.
Meeting adjourned at 8:25pm
Jill Anfang, Assistant Director