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<br /> MINUTES
<br /> December 13, 2017
<br /> OREGOr,
<br /> Co-Chair Scott Bullard called the meeting to order at 4:00p.m. at Maintenance Center.
<br /> Present: Co-Chair Scott Bullard, Co-Chair Bill Gordon,James Stupfel,Tom Widden, Heidi
<br /> Schrimsher, Kimberlie Peeler, Brittany Weiler(arrived 4:10, left 5:55), Sabrina Safari,
<br /> Youth Member, Brian Gullen,Alternate, Skip O'Neill Council Liaison (left 4:45),
<br /> Absent: Charles Aubin, Kimberlie Peeler
<br /> Staff: Ivan Anderholm, Director of Parks & Recreation,Jeff Munro, Park/Natural Area/Golf
<br /> Maintenance Superintendent, and Dina Balogh, Parks& Recreation Administrative
<br /> Assistant
<br /> Guests: Sarah Ellison Coalition for Hallinan Woods Nature Park
<br /> APPROVAL OF MINUTES
<br /> The Parks, Recreation and Natural Resources Advisory Board (PARKS Board) reviewed and unanimously
<br /> approved the minutes from November 8, 2017.
<br /> Citizen Comment: Sarah Ellison with the Hallinan Woods Nature Park Coalition told the board the group
<br /> has earned $14,000 from fundraising efforts to purchase the Yates property. Four other neighborhoods
<br /> are applying jointly for a grant. They will continue with the fundraising efforts to purchase the property.
<br /> CITY COUNCIL UPDATE:
<br /> • City Council will continue Golf Course plan in 2018.
<br /> • City Council opted to maintain the short term rental/Airbnb ban.
<br /> • Swimming pool discussion moved to December 19, 2017 City Council Meeting.
<br /> • Finished 2017 with the Maintenance Center opening and ribbon cutting celebration.
<br /> • Parks& Recreation new home discussions.
<br /> • Development Review Commission (DRC)combining with the Planning Commission did not
<br /> pass. DRC members were interviewed.There is a full board.
<br /> • Kent Studebaker will be the Parks Board Liaison for 2018.
<br /> REGULAR BUSINESS
<br /> Golf Course Concept Plan informational Update:
<br /> Ivan Anderholm -
<br /> On July 18, 2017, the City Council conducted a study session on the future of the Municipal Golf Course.
<br /> During the work session Council expressed a continued desire to provide a golf course for the public,
<br /> and acknowledged the need for a permanent home for the Parks and Recreation Department.The
<br /> Council directed staff to explore and report back on options for reconfiguring and improving the golf
<br /> course, and building a permanent facility at the golf course for parks and recreation staff and programs.