Youth Commission Minutes
May 1, 2000
City of Brentwood Council Chamber
734 Third Street
Brentwood, CA 94513
ROLL CALL and OPENING: Meeting
commenced at 7:10 p.m. Commissioners in attendance were Coree Brown, Stacie
Del Chiaro, Cynthia Fredenberg, Angela Ordaz and advisors Dave Lang, Maria
Segura. Park and Recreation Staff in attendance was Sue Barry and Poldina
Absent commissioners were Holly Bryan, Gabriela Elizarraraz, Amy Darr,
and advisor Arlene Gonsalves.
1. Approval of minutes of regular meeting on April 3, 2000. Coree Brown
approved minutes Cynthia Fredenberg 2nd.
1. Chief Larry Shaw gave a short presentation on the City of Brentwood
Tobacco Ordinance. The Chief went over the ordinance discussing each article
with the Youth Commission. He would be taking the ordinance to City Council
and asked the commission to support the ordinance. Coree made a motion
to support the City of Brentwood Tobacco Ordinance and Cynthia 2nd the
motion 4-0 motion carried. The Chief also mentioned that we could obtain
the "Every 15 Minutes" video tape to show it at a future meeting. The
commission liked that idea.
2. Staff presented to the commission The Brown Act and suggested that
it would be to their advantage to be knowledgeable in the articles of
the act. Since the document is rather long and not something the commission
would be interested in reading, Cynthia made a motion that staff prepare
a presentation to go over the Brown Act. Angela 2nd the motion. Motion
3. Coree had asked Greg Robinson (Cornfest Chair) to make a presentation
on the Cornfest, however he was unable to attend. Staff discussed a possible
partnership with PAL to split the profits and staffing of a booth. Coree
made a motion for staff to contact PAL and or reserve a booth for not
more than $300. Cynthia 2nd the motion. Motion carried 4-0.
4. Coree reported that the Fun Run went well and that it was a lot of
fun. She is waiting for Delta Community Services for the financial report.
5. A final draft of the Youth Commission’s by-laws were discussed. Stacie
made a motion that the Commission (Coree/Dave/Poldina volunteered to go)
take the by-laws to City Council to adopt the revision on June 13, 2000.
Coree 2nd the motion. 4-0 motion carried.
6. The Commission discussed the lack of attendance and the recruitment
of Commission members. Application were given to Cynthia for Bristow,
Coree for Liberty and staff for Edna Hill. Staff will also draft a letter
to the commissioners and advisors requesting a signature to verify their
commitment to the Youth Commission.
7. The Commission discussed the logo’s that were created by Kim Bailey
Designs. Proof A1 design the commission requested that the Y & C be
bigger, foot placement of characters be changed, change font to a more
relaxed, playful style, placement was good; Proof A2 design make the C
more curved; Proof A3 was out. The Commission requested that the changes
be made and brought back to the next meeting.
1. Staff reported that the department was involved with the Safety Fair
if any of the commissioners would be interested in attending or volunteering.
INFORMATIONAL REPORTS FROM COMMISSION/COMMITTEE MEMBERS:
REQUEST FOR FUTURE AGENDA ITEMS:
Cornfest, Livermore Town Meeting, Financial report on Spring To Life Fun
Run, Logo, Chamber mixer in August, Concerts in the Park, Review of applications
and commitment letter.
N O T I C E
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 AMERICAN’S WITH DISABILITIES ACT (28 CFR 35.102-35.104
ADA TITLE). IF YOU NEED ASSISTANCE TO ENSURE YOUR FULL PARTICIPATION I
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 THROUG 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: Stacie motioned to adjourn at 8:36 p.m. and Coree second.
4-0 motion carried.