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Past Agenda
REGULAR MEETING
April 26, 2001 at 7:00 p.m.
City Council Chambers
734 Third Street
Brentwood, CA 94513

CALL TO ORDER: 

ROLL CALL:

PRESENTATIONS/ANNOUNCEMENTS:

1. Presentation on Police Activities League (Officer Sergio Verbis)
2. Announcement of Fun Run (M. Kaiser)
3. Announcement of Opening of Aquatic Complex on April 28, 2001 (S. Barry)

AGENDA REVIEW:

CITIZEN COMMENTS: PERSONS ADDRESSING THE PARK AND RECREATION COMMISSION ARE REQUIRED TO LIMIT THEIR REMARKS TO FIVE (5) MINUTES UNLESS AN EXTENSION OF TIME IS GRANTED BY THE CHAIR SUBJECT TO APPROVAL OF THE PARKS AND RECREATION COMMISSION. SPEAKERS DESIRING ANSWERS TO QUESTIONS SHOULD DIRECT SAME TO THE PARK AND RECREATION COMMISSION AND, IF RELEVANT, THE COMMISSION MAY DIRECT SAME TO APPROPRIATE MEMBER FOR REPORT.

CONSENT CALENDAR: ALL MATTERS LISTED ON THE CONSENT CALENDAR SECTION WILL BE CONSIDERED ROUTINE BY THE COMMISSION AND WILL BE ENACTED BY ONE MOTION. THERE WILL BE NO SEPARATE DISCUSSIONS OF THESE ITEMS. IF DISCUSSION IS REQUIRED, THAT PARTICULAR ITEM WILL BE REMOVED FROM THE CONSENT CALENDAR SECTION AND WILL BE CONSIDERED SEPARATELY.

4. Approve minutes of budget workshop meeting of March 29, 2001.
5. Approve minutes of regular meeting of March 29, 2001.
6. Acceptance of staff reports from Park Services Manager/Recreation Services Supervisors.
7. Accept Equestrian Subcommittee report (B. Margesson).
8. Acceptance of staff report to City Council regarding Sunset Expansion (J. Hansen).
9. Accept staff recommendation related to concessionaire proposal (K. DeSilva).
10. Memo regarding League of California Cities Community Services Conference “Creating Community Value” July 25-27, 2001 (C. Bronzan).
11. Approve recommendation to merge the Bicycle Subcommittee and the Equestrian Subcommittee (C. Bronzan).
12. Update on equipment for rolling blackouts (S. Barry/K. DeSilva).
13. Update on sign for the skate park (S. Barry).
14. Discussion of Aquatic Complex special events for Summer 2001 (S. Barry)

SCHEDULED MATTERS:

15. Discussion of all-weather track for third high school (C. Bronzan/Roger Wilson).
16. Discussion of potential “flagship projects” for future County-wide ballot measure (W. Rhodes).
17. Discussion regarding rules and regulations for rental of City facilities (T. Homan/D. Guthrie).
18. Discussion of recommendation to City Council for approval of standardized park sign (C. Bronzan).
19. Discussion of feasibility for passive/pocket parks (K. DeSilva).
20. Consideration of setting a date for a joint workshop with Planning Commission regarding pocket parks (C. Bronzan).
21. Discussion of California Park & Recreation Society Vision (C. Bronzan).

CITIZENS COMMENTS:

COMMISSIONER COMMENTS:

REQUEST FOR FUTURE AGENDA ITEMS:

NOTICE

IT IS THE POLICY OF THE CITY OF BRENTWOOD TO OFFER ITS PUBLIC PROGRAMS, SERVICES, MEETINGS AND EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES IN A MANNER WHICH IS READILY ACCESSIBLE TO EVERYONE, INCLUDING PEOPLE WITH DISABILITIES. THIS IS IN COMPLIANCE WITH THE AMERICANS WITH DISABILITIES ACT (28 CFR 35.102-35.104 ADA TITLE). IF YOU NEED ASSISTANCE TO ENSURE YOUR FULL PARTICIPATION IN ANY PUBLIC PROGRAM, SERVICE, MEETING OR EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY, PLEASE CONTACT THE CITY’S CHIEF BUILDING OFFICIAL, LOUIS R. KIDWELL (925) 634-6905. INFORMATION REGARDING THE AMERICANS WITH DISABILITIES ACT (42 U.S.C. SECTION 12101 ET SEQ.) IS ALSO AVAILABLE THROUGH THE CHIEF BUILDING OFFICIAL. NOTIFICATION 48 HOURS IN ADVANCE OF ANY NEED FOR ASSISTANCE WILL ENABLE THE CITY TO MAKE REASONABLE ARRANGEMENTS TO ENSURE ACCESSIBILITY.

ADJOURNMENT:

City of Brentwood Park and Recreation Commission
35 Oak Street
Brentwood, CA 94513
(925) 516-5444
Fax (925)516-5445