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7A - Consideration of motion to approve Parkland Disposition resulting from a proposed lot line adjuCITY OF BOULDER ~ PARKS AND RECREATION ADVISORY BOARD AGENDA ITEM MEETING DATE: Anri12, 2001 (Agenda Item Preparation Date: March 12, 2001) AGENDA TITLE: Public Hearing and Consideration of a Monon To Approve a Parkland Disposrtion Resultmg From a Proposed Lot Line Adjustment Cons~stmg of 0 O10 Acre (435 Sq Ft) Located Along The East Side of Fortune Park, At The Northeast Comer of 4`h Street and Canyon Blvd (1920 4ih Street). REQUESTED BY: Chnstme Andersen, Deputy City Manager for Environmental Services Doug Hawthorne, Parks and Recreation Co-Director Lmda Kotowski, Pazks and Recreat~on Co-Dtrector Kate Bemhardt, Actmg Pazks Plannmg and Constructron Supenntendent Russ Driskill, Pro~ect Manager ~ ~.r FISCAL IMPACT: None. PURPOSE: To request Parks and Recreation Advisory Board approval of a disposition of parkland resultmg from a proposed lot lme ad~ustment consistmg of 0.010 acre (435 Sq. fr) located along the east side of Fortune Park, at the northeast comer of 4'" Street and Canyon Blvd. BACKGROUND: The Parks and Recreation Department recerved a donation of a park site (commonly refened to as "Fortune Park") m August of 1999 from Sheila Fortune. The donated park site is located at the northeast corner of 4th St and Canyon Blvd. (1920 4`~ Street) and consists of two lots (Lots 7 and 8, Block 59, West Boulder) each 50' x 140', for a total of 14,000 square feet See Attachment A(Viciruty Map) In the northwest comer of the site is a 1086 square foot house which was built somet~me before 1935. The site is well landscaped with numerous large trees and an abundance of shrubs Currently the site provides a small neighborhood pocket park with no other improvements Sheila Fortune recently purchased the property immediately to the east of Fortune Park at 419 AGENDA I1'EM N Pa¢e 1 Canyon Blvd (Lot 9, Block 59, West Boulder) and plans to renovate a house located there. Dunng the plaruvng process for the renovation it was discovered that a portion of the house at ^~ 419 Canyon Blvd. and the fence on this lot encroach on the Fortune Park site to the extent of y'` 435 square feet See Attachment B(Site Map) and Attachment C(Proposed Property Lme Illustration) The City of Boulder Plaiuvng Department has informed staff that, based on histoncal pictures, this house and most l~kely the fence, appear to have encroached onto the Fortune Park site for at least 60 years. Sheila Fortune is requestmg that the City deed approximately 435 square feet of the Fortune Park site to the property at 419 Canyon Blvd. In addrtion, she will be applymg for a required lot line adjustment with the Parks and Recreation Department as a ~omt applicant. Under the City Charter, this proposed land transfer requires the followmg process for consideration: "Park lands may be d~sposed of or leased by the Cety Counctl, but only upon the a,~rnuzttve vote of at Zeast four members of the Parks and Recreatton Adv~sory Board An advuory recommendatton, whtch shall not be bmding on the Counctl, shall be obtatned from the Plann~ng Board pnor to the dupos:t~on or lease of park lands. " ANALYSIS: In view of the generous gift from Ms Fortune and the cucumstances of her request we are cooperanng to resolve this issue At this pomt m hme the mterested parties are cooperatmg to resolve this encroachment without possible litigation as an adverse possession challenge If the City deeds the requested 435 Sq Ft along the east property hne it will not sigmficantly ~ reduce the function of Fortune Park. PUBLIC PROCESS: The pubhc process for this item will mvolve this Pazks and Recrearion Advisory Board meetmg, and a future Plannmg Board Meetmg and City Council Meering STAFF RECOMIVIENDATION: Staff recommends that the Parks and Recreahon Advisory Board approve a motion to allow a disposition of parkland, resultmg from a proposed lot Ime adjustment, cons~stmg of 0.010 acre (435 Sq. Ft.) located along the east side of Fortune Park, at the northeast corner of 4`" Street and Canyon Blvd. (1920 4~' Street, Lots 7 and 8, Block 59, West Boulder). ATTACHNIENTS: A. Vicmrty Map B Site Map C. Proposed Property Lme Illustration ''~R AGENDA I1'EM k Pa¢e 2 ~ ~ ~._.. ~ ~.., Boulder rlountain Parks ATTACHNIENT A ~4 t ~ ' giZE FOR~U~~4A~ u y. ~-~ goulder CYeE ~ .~ ~ ~ PROPOSED ~ ~ROPERTY LINE ~ ~ i ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ..~ a ' ~, I ts~ K ~ w ~ ;~ I tti ~ A ~~ I~ fA ,O ~ ~~ S 75°00'00" E - f 0.94' i ~ STONE & FRAME CsARAGE ~ ~l ^ ~ TWO SSORY ~ °' ~ 6 FRAME HOME e ~ V N ~ ~ N ~ , ~ ~ I O N ~ V ~ ~ m ~ ~ i EXISTING PROPERTY , LINE ~ NOTE. 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Memorandum ~ To: Members, Parks and Recreation Advisory Boazd From: Christme Andersen, Deputy City Manager for Environmental Services Linda Kotowski, Acting Codirector of Pazks and Recreation Doug Hawthorne, Acting Codirector of Pazks and Recreation Kate Bernhazdt, Acting Superintendent of Parks Planning and Constmctton Alan Quiller, Recreation Adm'vusuator Maureen Spitzer, Landscape Designer Date: 3/30/Ol Subject: North Boulder Recreation Center Status Report Purpose: To discuss the need for addit~onal funds, in the amount of appro~rimately $1,528,600, needed to complete the North Boulder Recreation Center Refurbishment Background: The scope of the North Boulder Recreation Center Refurbishment has increased since it was presented to the Boazd m a September 1999 study session, in response to citizen input The eazly cost esrimates for the project did not realistically reflect actual design, construction, municipal fees, or contingency needed for the completion of the project For this ~ reason, the approved budget of $8,594,400 idenhfied for the project at the September 25, 2000 Schematic Design approval by the PRAB should have been increased at that time by $577,000, for a total project budget of $9,171,000 (See attached Project Scope/Budget E~istory) Since the September 25, 2000 meeting, the scope of the project further increased in response to the Board's direchoq City Council directioq staffmauitenance concerns, and citizen input The additions include • Mitigation of the platform tennis court relocation on site • Comphance with the International Energy Conservarion Code (TECC 2000) and the U S. Crreen Building Council's Leadership m Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) Silver Level requirements Upgrade of the Pool Sanitation System Neat Steos: The following items will continue to be e~cplored m order to assist the Boazd in making decisions about the project at the Apri123, 2001 PRAB meeting • Refine costs through additional work on the construchon estimates • Review the Pazks and Recreation Capital Improvement Program to idenhfy potential funding options and impact to other projects • Consider options to reduce the project scope including evaluating the operating and maintenance budget implications ~ ti.. NORTH BOiTLDER RECREATION CENTER: Project Scope/Budget History March 30, Z001 Bold print iu Scope of Project section indicate items added to previously approved scope of work. Scope of Project, PRAB Study September 8~,1999 • I,eisure Pool new . I,ap Pool 6-lane • Hottub expansion • Gymnanum • WeigLUCardiovasculaz Room expanson • Dance Room eupansion • Yoga Room relocated and expanded • Racquetball (1 court) • Lobby new • Locker room expansion • OfficeJRegistrahon/Recepuon expaosion • Ctuld Care new • Gymnashcs mm~mal expansion mto ewsung yoga room • G}wnashcs ma~or expausion + • Class Rooms* new • Idenhfied as future phase PRAB consensus was for a modification of Ophon "C" to ~nclude santchwg the loca4ons of the lap and lusure Poo1, Providing adequaze favuly lacker rooms and potenUal for future expansion of the gymnast~cs center, meehng rooms and pazl4ng Ophon "C" was idenhfied az a cost of S6,438,000 on a square foot bas~s only, not mcluding desigq fees or conhngency No funding was idenufied for the modificahons of Opuon C January 24,2000 • Leisure Pool (Increases by 2700 sq. ft) • I.ap Pool - 61ane (Separate space) • xot rub expansion • Gymnastum • WeighUCardiovasculaz Room expansion • Dance Room expansion • Yoga Room new locahon and expansion . Racquetball (1 cowy) • Steamroom • Lobby' new (reco~gured) • Locker room expansion • Office / Regtst~arion / Receptron expansion • Cluld Care' new • Gymnastics (major) eapansion•• • Clasa Rooms : new •+ • Platform tennis: relocarion on site ~iNow mcluded m pro~ect Total Project Cost: $8,216,000 ~ r..- ~n"~,e ~r ~ ~ `y.~ Mceting September 6'~, 2000 • Le~sure Pool (proposed Dmp Slide) • Lap Pool (proposed S-lane w/ accessible ramp) • Hattub expansioa • Gymnasium • WeighUCardiovascular Room e~cpansion • Dance Room. expansion • Yoga Room new locahon and expansion • Racquetball (1 court) • Sauna (instead of steamroom) • Lobby new (reconfigured) • I.ocker room: expanston . Ogice/Reastrahon/Recepuon expansion • Cluld Care• new • Gymnasucs~ expans~on • Class Rooms. new • Platfoim tenms relocauon on srte Total Project Cost: $8,513,000 •; Now ~ncluded in September 25~ 2000 • Leisure Pool (added Dmp SGde) • I,ap Pool retauied accessible ramp (81ane, added deep water, diving board, and bleacher space) • Hot tub expansion • Gymnasum • WeighUCardiovasculaz Room expansion • Dance Room expansion • Yoga Room new lacahon and expansion • Racquetball (1 courc) • Sauna • Lobby new (reconfigured) • Locker room eacpansion • Office/Registrahon/Recephon expansion • Cluld Care: new • Gymnasucs expanson • Class Rooms• new • Platfo:m tenms~ relocahon on s~te • Lar¢e tree relocarion r Total Project Cost: $9,171,000 ~ ~.... Discussion item: April 2, 2001 • L,eisure Pool (added Drop Shde) Total Project Cost: 510,123,000 • I.ap Pool mcludwg access~ble ramp (81ane, added deep water, divmg boazd, and bleacher space) • Hottub.expan.4on • Gymnanum • WeighUCarcLovasculaz Room expaiuion • Dance Room. expansion • Yoga Room relocated and expanded • Racquetball (1 court) • Sauna • Lobby new (reconfigured) • Locker raom expansion • Office/Reg~straUon/Recepuon e~cpansion • Cluld Caze' new • Gymnashcs. expansion • Class Rooms~ new • Platform tem~s relocauon TBD • Large uee relocauon • ECS Pool Sanitation System (upgrade over Chlorine) • Platform Tennis scope increase • Temporary irrigation • LEEDS/IECC evaluation • LEEDS implementation '~~A1 .... ~ ..~8 ~ ~