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4 - Jeff Lakey introductionCity of Boulder Parks and Recreation Department ~ ~ MEMORANDUM TO: FROM: SUBJECT: DATE: ~ ~^^ ~... Pazks and Recreahon Advisory Board Jan Geden, CPRP, Director of Parks and Recreauon Sazah DeSouza, Pazks and Recreatron Adcxumsh~ator Matters from the Department February 12, 2003 Introductron of Jeff Lakev DO NOT REMOVE - PRAB File Mater~al Staff would like to mtroduce Jeff Lakey, the new Supenntendent of Pazks and Recreauon Planning and Development, to the Pazks and Recreat~on Advisory Boazd. Mr. Lakey's cumculum vitae has been mcluded for the Boazd's perusal as Attaclunent A Attachments: Attachment A- Jeff Lakey's cumculum vitae Parks and Recreation...The Benefits Are Endless! T^+ , ~~,~~ -/,~,:,~..~' ~~ Attachment ~ Curriculum Vitae Jeff Lakey 1122 Portland Place #210, Boulder CO 80304 970.222.0495 lakeyj @ci.boulder.co.us E D U C A T I O N Master of Landscape Architecture -Harvard University, Graduate School of Design 1986 Bachelor of Science Liberal Studies, Concentrating in Landscape Architecture -Oregon State University 1977 P R O F E S S I O N A L E X P E R I E N C E City of Boulder Parks & Recreation Planning and Development Division. Superintendent, Boulder CO 2003 -present City of Fort Collins Park Planning & Development Division. Sr. Park Planner, Fort Collins CO 1996 -present Shapins Associates, Sr. Associate, Boulder CO 2000 Colorado State University, Associate Professor, ]991- 2002 (00/Ol/02 voluntary LWOP) Wenk Associates (project research services - stormwater management) Denver CO 1997 The Office of Robert Perron, Landscape Architects, Sr. Associate, Portland OR 1988 - 1991 Harvard University, Graduate School of Design, Lecturer, 1988 Child Associates Landscape Architecture, Sr. Associate, Cambridge MA 1985 - 1988 Colorado State University, Assistant Professor. Fort Collins CO 1986 - 1987 Sasaki Associates, Project Landscape Architect, Watertown MA 1985 Massachusetts Dept. of Environmental Management, Public Landscape Intem, Boston MA 1985 ~ry;i~P„ .e, u~,,,, tnr. PrnjP~t Mgr., Design Services Mgr., Portland OR and Foster City CA 1979 - 1984 Washington County Planning Department, Community Design Planner, Hillsboro OR 1977 - 1979 Dedeurwaerder Associates Landscape Architecture, Student Intem, Corvallis OR 1975 - 1976 PROFESSIONAL REGISTRATION S Landscape Architect, Oregon #91 1981 -present Landscape Architect, Wyoming #LAOOSSC 2001 -present Landscape Architect, California #2437 1983-1989 Landscape Architect, Washington#358 1982-1988 Landscape Architecture Uniform National Exam, Oregon 1980 (full pass first attempt) Colorado is one of 4 slates not regulating the ti11e or practice of landscape architecture. AWARD S Jeff Lakey 2000 AIA Colorado -CONTRIBUTION TO THE BUILT ENVIRONMENT AWARD to the Colorado State Umversuy Institute for the Built Environment (CSU IBE) This award was established to recogn¢e outstanding accomplishments by a non-architect m Colorado for demonstrating exemplary achievements m con[nbunng to the quality of the built environment .,,.~ 2000 TELLY AWARD (Non-Broadcast Film/Video) to the CSU IBE for the "Presidio Deconstruction" video n produced for the May 6, 1999 "Sustainable Practices Basic Concepts & Apphcarwn to Everyday Workplaces" Nationwide Employee Training Teleconference, National Park Service 1998 CSU Mary Scot[ Lecture Serves -'Teaching and Leanung Challenging Assumptions and Explonng Alternatives" Award to the faculty of the Institute for the Built Environment (CSU) Directors Dunbar, Albnght, Cariile, Kusk, Lakey, and Leavitt PoNand, Oregon METRO Regonal Government Stonnwater Management Award [o the Perron Collaborative (formerly the Office of Roben Perron) Jeff Lakey Protect Manager, Mentor Graphics Corporate Headquarters Campus, Ponland (Wilsonville), Oregon WREN Pit Reclamation -Latimer County Board of Comrtussioners "Environmental Stewardship" Award WREN Pit Reclamatmn, Colorado Mined Land Reclamation Board "Outstanding Reclamation" and "Regional Cooperation" Awards United States of Amenca Botanical Garden Design Competition USBG, Washington, DC ,Honorable Mention for Ecologcal Design TRAVEL Photographic collections and slide library developed dunng my career from [ravel m Europe, New England, [he Pacific Northwest, and the Rocky Mountains Notable international sites include Pans, Rome, royal French Chateau, Italian villas of the Renarssance, Florence, Venice, Pompen, Monaco, [he Loire Valley, Normatidy and Caen, Mt St Michel, Gtvemy A~ United States locations mclude S[ John, USVI, Celebration, Williamsburg, Pepsico and NY modern art gallenes, coral New ,,,,, England, Boston, Iowa, Wyonung, Denver, mountain and high praine landscapes and geologcal formations, Santa Fe, praine forts, battle sites, nvers, vernacular architecture, the Oregon Coast, PoNand, and Cal-Earth PROFESSIONAL INITIATIVE S FULBRIGHT AWARD /PANAMA • Proposal to teach landscape architecture courses to architecture and planning graduate students at Umversidad Catohca Santa Marva Ia Mngua m Panama City dunng the Spnng 2004 semester Includes proposal to assist the university with development of a graduate program m landscape architecture, which would be [he firs[ m Central Amenca Declined due to lack of ability to fund WORLD TRADE CENTER RFQ /LOWER MANHATTAN DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION, NEW YORK CITY Collaboration with Irnda K»sk, AIA on a proposal to produce design concepts for the collapsed bmldings' memonal site Declined (406 received, 9 selected, 2 approved for further study) IBE /GREENING THE CAMPUS /SUSTAINABLE BUILDING INITIATIVE •IBE and Vtce President for Admimstranve Services (Geny Bomotti) Successfully initiated dialogue and started planning and design protect for sustaznable binlding to establish a working relationship between faculty and Facilities Services for the Plant Environmental Research Center (PERC) Wuh Dunbar (DMCS/IBE), and Kimmel (DEOHBE), Spnng 2000 Founding Pamcipant ENVIRONMENTAL STUDIES COALITION • Office of the Provost (Loren Crabtree), CSU Wrth Timpson (Center for Teaching & Learning), Campbell (English), Cafazo (Philosophy), Dunbar (DMCSHBE), Fiege (History), Knight (Wildlife Biology), IGmmel (DEOQBE), Kiisk (IBE), McDuff (Wildlife Biology), Spnng L999 .r•w> Jeff lekey ~ SERVICE LEARMNG INITIATIVE, CSU Office of Community Services • Funding to suppon matenals testing for +"^ strawbale structural components for the proposed Rrver Song Waldorf School -anon-profit institution for pre-K through 8'" `~...~ grade Linda Kttsk (PI), Jeff Lakey, Bnan Dunbar, Mazch 1998 PROFESSIONAL PROJECTS (2DOn 2002) OAK STREET PLAZA REDEVELOPMENT /FORT COLLINS, COLORADO • Project manager for redevelopment public process, plaza design mtegmting trans[[, pedestrians, art-in-public-places program, entrances to Museum of Contemporary Art, fountain mechanical systems, elcetncal systems, maintenance regmes, and the retention of twelve, 30 year old honey locusts m the hear of downtown Fort Colons Work with multiple funding sources including the Neighborhood Pazkland Fund, the Art m Public Places Fund, the General Downtown Improvement Dtstnct Fund, the Downtown Development Authonty Tax Increment Fmanang Fund, grants from the Museum of Contemporary Art, and Park Life Cycle funds Coordinate and cooperate with downtown business owners on schedules and constivction dismpaons POUDRE HERTTAGE ALLIANCE /NORTHERN FRONT RANGE, COLORADO • National Henmge Area Condor Interpretive Planning plus SOlc3 non-profit organizational planning There is pending national legislation and funding for a 50 mile hentage area along the Poudre River from Greeley to the Poudre Canyon, Colorado Collaboration vnth multiple tunsdtctions, two umversmes, and a vanety of state, federal, and other entities FOSSIL CREEK COMMUNITY PARK / FORT COLLINS, COLORADO • Protect Manager for construction admumstmtion of City of Fort Collins' community scale park with a budget of $lOM Oversight to general contractor including review of payment applications, revtew of construction tests, coordination of wnstiucnon schedules, dissemination of public information to adtacent owners and neighborhood users, responsibilay for consultant direction and coordination UNION PACIFIC RAILROAD TRA[L EXTENSION /FORT COLLINS, COLORADO • Protect Manager for design, ,~'^ construction document preparation, bidding, award, and constroctron administration for one tulle long concrete and crusher fines trails under Iigh voltage regional power transrmsston hoes Budget of $200,000 HOMESTEAD NEIGHBORHOOD PARK / FORT COLLINS, COLORADO • Protect Manager for public outreach, programtmng, analysts, design, construction document preparation, bidding, award, and construction admuustiation for 6 acre City of Fort Collins neighborhood park Budget $800,000 Included innovative design for expressive azclitecmre for the combined restroom and ptcmc shelter CITY PARK LAKE BOARDWALK / FORT COLLINS, COLORADO • Protect Designer forten-foot steel, wood, Trex, and cable stivcnire along City Park Lake m the City of Fort Collins' only Progressive Era park GATEWAY MOUNTAIN PARK / POUDRE RIVER CANYON, COLORADO • Protect Manager and Grant Coordinator for the Cary of Fort Collins' first park system expansmn [o foothills and mountmn envtronmen[s Included advisory team formation, public outreach 3n3design workshops, ecolo®cal mventones, hismnc research on water filter plants, site design for roads and park features Protect manager for the City's role as General Contractor coordinating subcontractor work for 17 subconvactors, accounting and repayment coordination with the Colomdo Department of Transportation's Scenic Byway Grant $182,000, and Great Outdoors Colorado Tmst Fund Legacy Grant Mountmn park cons[mction budge[ for phase one of $400,000 BOHART RANCH ENVIRONMENTALLEARNING CENTER /COLORADO SPRINGS, COLORADO • Sustatnabthty consultant atone-day programnung and analysts workshop to restore and rehabilitate ranch compound into aquasi-public envionmental leammg and visitor center for [he Colorado Nature Conservancy LYONS ELEMENTARY SCHOOL /LYONS, COLORADO • Srte design and constmction admumsvanon services to Hutton Ford Architects, Denver, Colomdo Dunng employment with Shapms Associates, Boulder, Colorado ~~'"` Jeff lnkay LEAWOOD ELEMENTARY SCHOOL / L[TTLETON, COLORADO • Conswctwn adnumstration and contract closeout services for redevelopment of elementary school srte for Jefferson County Schools Conswchon budge[ $41Q000 Shapms ~"'"~, Assoctates ,~ BIGHORN NATIONAL FOREST, WYOMING -SHELL FALLS VISITOR FACILITIES • Schematic design of reconswcted vtsuor facdmes at National Forest wayside including new plazas, railings, kiosks, parking, vegetative restomhon, trarl upgrades, and concessions building Shapms Assoctates YELLOWSTONE NATIONAL PARK, WYOMING -ARTIST POINT REDEVELOPMENT • Invited design competition for redesign of overlook area and assoctated pazktng Shapms Assoctates UNIVERSITY OF COLORADO at BOULDER -SOUTH CAMPUS /BOULDER, COLORADO • Detailed landscape analysts and land use allocations for 300 acre campus expansion area Shapms Assoctates HARTSEL SPRINGS RANCH /PARK COUNTY, COLORADO • Concept development and land use applications for PUD and subdivision for 3571 clustered lots and nuxed commercial and resort facilities respecting the forthcoming Park County Swtegc Master Plan pohaes and wncepts Designed to cluster houstng near sernces and protect 20,000 acres of open space for buffalo ranching Shapms Assoctates COLE FAMILY PROPERTY /GOLDEN, COLORADO • Concept development and land use applications for PUD rezone of 35 acres at the Junction of C-470 and I-70 m Jefferson County, Colorado to include sustaznable corporate headquarters campus Shapms Assoctates FOOTHILLS COMMUNITY HOUSING /BOULDER, COLORADO • Design detailing and construction document preparation m collaboration with Wolff Lyon Amhttects, Boulder, Colorado, for development of 130 amts of market rate and substd¢ed houstng m North Boulder Includes design of the Ruth Correll Garden, amt patios and gardens, and community open space Shapms Assoctates GRAND CANYON NATIONAL PARK TRANSIT CENTER / TIISAYAN, ARIZONA • Stte and landscape design and the development of sustarnable building guidelines for use by the Nawnal Park Sernce's consultant team including engineers, ~~~ azchttects, brologrsts, and landscape architects Roads, access, pazktng for 4,000 vehicles, pedesman ctrwlanon and way- `" finding, stgnage, drainage and ninoff conwl, vegetative rehabilitation, building access, landscape character development, etc for vrst[or amval to the South Rim of Grand Canyon Natwnal Park Shapms Assoctates HARMONY PARK CONCEPTUAL DEV ELOPMENTPLAN /CITY OF FT COLLINS, COLORADO • A conceptual development plan including design, conswcion scheduling, and prgect budgeting was prepared m conJunchon with the Gty of Fort Collins Parks Planning and Development staff for this 15 acre srte adJacent to Preston Jr Htgh School Constmction underway dating 2000 and 2001 Total park development budget $1,300,000 Ctty of Fort Colbns Park Planning & Development Drvtsmn MIRAMONT PARK PHASEI DEVELOPMENT PLAN /CITY OF FC COLLINS, COLORADO • Detarled design and development of conswchon documents, brddmg, and conswchon adrninistrauon for playground, walks, reswoms, shelter, planting and tmgation Total Phase 2 budget $400,000 SELECTED PROFESSIONAL PROJECTS (1988 - 2000) Sptntual Healing Ranch Stte Master Plan - Masonvtlle, Colorado CSU Environmental Leammg Center Stte Development (design recommendations declined) -Fort Collins, Colorado Gateway Moun[arn Pazk Concepmal Development Plan, Gty of Fort Collins - Poudre River Canyon, Colorado Stewart Case Neighborhood Park Master Plan and Phase 1 Sne CD's -Fort Collins, Colorado Rtdgevtew Neighborhood Pazk Master Plan and Stte CD's -Fort Collins, Colorado Mtramont Neighborhood Park Master Plan and Phase 1 Stte CD's -Fort Collins, Colorado Cottonwood Glen Park Master Plan and Si[e CD's -Fort CoWns, Colorado Jeff lnkey 4 Peace Through Untty -little Btghom Battlefield National Monument Destgn Competition .~+ East Rtgden Aggregate Mme Stte and Landscape Destgn Prol«t -Colorado t,e,,, Umversay Atmosphenc Science Building "Sky Tenace" -Fort Collins, Colorado Poudre River Trarl Master Plan - Windsor to Greeley, Colorado Umted States of Amenca Botanical Garden Design Compentwn -Washington, DC (See Awards) Kodak Colorado Division Reduced Water-Use Landscape Master Plan -Windsor, Colorado Johnson Cr«k Watershed Ecological Restoration Sae Selection & Demonstratwn Protects -Portland, Oregon Bear Cr«k V alley Greenway Trail Master Plan and Phase 1 Consnicnon CD's -Ashland to Medford, Oregon Mentor Gmphtcs Corporation Headquaners Campus Master Plan and Sae Development -Portland, Oregon World Forestry Center Campus Master Plan and Phase 1 Constmchon Documents - PoNand, Oregon Whttwotth College Stadmm Q Track and Fields Master Plan -Spokane, Washington FULL -SEMESTER COURSES T A U G H T Sustainable Building Pracices (Interdtsctphnary w/ Arohn«ts & Engtn«rs), Landscape Ecology and Cultural Landscape Field Studies, Basic Landscape Design and Constmcnon, Designed Landscapes Theory and Cntictsm, Ecology of Landscapes, Environmental Analysts, Landscape Architectural Plamm~g and Design, Professional Pmchce, Comprehensive Landscape Design (Semor Thesis), Urban Design, Methods of Landscape Analysts, Landscape Architecture Study Tour/Europe (ail Colorado State Umversay) MaJor Landscape Change Studio (Harvard Umversay w! Carl Stetmtz) CSU Masters and PhD graduate comtmtt«s - 3 to 5 ongoing m outside departments INVITED PAPERS, LECTURES, & PRESENTATIONS "Managing Expectations m Foa CoWns' Spnng Creek Gr«nway," NRI92 - Fvst Year Setmnaz m Environmental Smdtes, 20 students, Fa112002, Guest for Prof Paul Hellmund, Colorado State Umversay DepaRment of Landscape Archtt«mre +~'^ ~ "Landscape Architecture and Modern Art," LA110 - Introduction to Landscape Arohaecmre, 113 students, Fa112002, Guest for Prof Chnsnne Dtannt, Colorado State Umversay Department of Landscape Archttecmre "Sustainable Sae Development Pracices & Basic Landscape Ecology," Amencan Institute of Arohtt«ts, Wyortung Chapter Spnng M«ting, Shendan, Wyotmng, June 2002 "Budgeting and Constntcnon Cost Smtements Using Ex«1 Spreadsh«ts," ES 1000 -Introduction to Engtn«nng, 45 students, Spnng 2002, Guest for Prof Irnda Kttsk, Umversay of Wyoning Depanment of Civil and Architectural ....s,...,.,....s "Fostenng Commumty Through Design of Public Space," The Amencan Archtt«mral Foundation (AAF) Accent on Archtt«mre Grants Program funded workshop, Febmary, 2002 Pamctpant at request of Linda Kttsk, AIA, to assts[ m dehvenng services unslec her AAF grant for an tanovative public ouneach programs for a oneday workshop for K-12 students to demonstrate that children are viable stakeholders m the design of public spa«s PaRtctpants included Umversay of Wyoming Civil and Architectural Engtneenng majors and a diverse group of archttecmre and engtn«nng professionals to produce design solutions for [he Ctty of Laramie Recreation Center "Recreation Facthtres Design and the Practice of landscape Archt[«ture;' Wyoming Indian Htgh School Dntg and Alcohol Prevention Student League -Recreation Improvement Cotnnuttee Planning and Design Workshop Leader, Spnng 2001, Wyonung Indian Htgh School, Ethete, Wyotmng Guest for Dr Martha Htpp, School Counselor Facilttutor and General Presenter, Landscape Archaecture Regstration Exam (CARE) Review Session Colorado Chapter, Amencan Society of Landscape Arclit«ts, Apn12001, Umversay of Colorado ar Denver, Department of Landscape Archu«ture g Jeff Wkey `"fhe Meaning of Landscape / Designing for Communmes of Vegetation,' H381 -Native Plants m the Landscape, 40 students, Spring 2000, Guest for Instructor Laurel Potts, Colorado State University Department of Landscape ''~. Architecture »- "Character and Spirit m Sense of Place" Natural Budding National Colloqumm, Davidsonvdle MD, 8 June 1998 "Sustainable Budding Practices" [ntemanonal Week Public Presentation, 13 November 1998 `°Che Language of Place A Framework for Applying the Concept of Place to Destgmng Interpretive Sites;' National Association of Historic Faints and Museums /National Association of Interpretation Regional Conference, Glen Eyrie Conference Center, Coloiado Springs, Colorado, Febmary 1998 "Sustainable Rehabilitation Workshop Incorpomnng Sustainabitity into Htstonc Rehabilitation Prolecrs;' Collaboration with Prof Linda frisk Intake [ranee developmental mstmction m-sin for the benefit of Presidio and Gateway National Park employees November 1997-Febmary 1998 "Sustainable Community Planning and Landscape Design;' [D Interior Protect Design Studio, Fall 1997 "Landscape Architecture and the Mining Industry," Colomdo Mining Association Annual Meeting and National Western Mining Conference - 1995 Invited paper "Poudre Trail Master Plan," Colorado State Umversrty Student Chapter Amencan Society of Landscape Architects - 1994 "National Garden of the Amencan Wilderness," US Botanical Garden Design Compehtioq City Library Lecture Series, and Colorado State University Student Chapter Amencan Society of Landscape Architects - 1994 "Landscape, Landscape Pattems, and Landscape Architecture," Spnng Creek Day School - 1993 "Natural and Cultural Pattems m a Riparian Landscape," NR 120 - Enwonmen[al Conservation, Colorado State University Spnng 1992, Guest for Prof Don Rodriguez "Wren Pu Restoration," Department of Homculture Graduate Sertunaz - 1992 "Natural Areas Conservation and Development," CSU Conservation Bmlogy Club Panel Discussion - 1992 "Planning and Design Issues m Natural Resources," NR 330 -Social Aspects of Natural Resources Mgmt - 1992 ~# ~~ PUBLICATIONS , POSTERS , VIDEO 5 Gdhhan, Scott, Colorado Bird Observatory, United States Golf Association 2000 "Bird Conservation on Golf Courses - A Design and Management Manual "Leff Lakey, Illustrator Ann Arbor Press, Chelsea, Michigan CSU Insumte for the Built Environment, 1999 "Sustainable Practices Basic Concepts & Application to Everyday Workplaces " Nationwide National Park Service Employee Training Teleconference Web-based Conference Workbook and web site development for workbook access Lakey, J "Experience as Research," Accepted paper, Council of Educators in Landscape Architecture, Fall 1998 Conference, Arhngtoq„TPxas Verbeck, Brian Joseph, and Lakey, J "Ecological Aesthetics, Humane Design,' Brian Joseph Verbeck, Jeffrey Scott Lakey, Spring 1998 Amencan Society of Civil Engineers Wetlands Engineering and Restoraton Conference, Denver, Colorado, March 1998 Lakey, J "The Language of Place A Framework for Applying the Concept of Place to Designing Interpretive Sties,' National Association of Historic Farms and Museums /National Assocation of Intetpretauon Regional Conference, Glen Eyne Conference Center, Colorado Springs, Colorado, Febmary 1998 Irnda IC»sk, Jeff Lakey, absvact accepted "Service Leanung Opportunities m Sustainable Design and Constmction." The Michigan Journal of Service Leanung Paper described a mulbrhsciplinary approach to engage students with stakeholders m the cortununay to provide sustainable teaming environments Febmary 1998 Lakey, J "Landscape Architecnire and the Mining Industry "Paper presented to the National Western Mining Conference, Denver, Colomdo, May 2, 1995 .rr~ Jeff Lakey h CIVIC SERVICE ,,,,,.,. Poudre Hentage Alliance, Steenng Committee Member 2002 Chair - Board of Trustees, 1996, Cache Ia Poudre River Trust Director, Parkwood Neighborhood Board of Directors, 1995 Co-Chair - Rtveffest'95 and `94, Cache la Poudn; ILver Tmst Vine Chair - Board of Trustees, 1994, 1995, Cache la Poudre River Tmst Member - Board of Tmstees, 1993, Cache la Poudre Rrver Trust PROFESSIONAL SERVICE President, Oregon Chapter Amencan Soctety of Landscape Archtects Delegate, Engineer s Coordmaung Council of Oregon Amencan Institute of Architects -Portland Chapter Urban Design Committee Vice President, Oregon Chapter ASLA Amencan Soctety of Landscape Architects, Ponland Section -Willamette River East Bank Design Comnuttee Secretary, Oregon Chapter, ASLA Oregon ASLA Annual Meeting Comrmttee Legislative Affairs Comnuttee, Oregon ASLA REFERENCES Linda Kttsk, AIA, Assistant Professor Ctvtl and Arohnectural Engtneenng / Unrverstty of Wyonung / PO Box 3295 / Laranue, Wyoming 82071 / (307) 766-4242 lk»sk@uwvo edu .ee.. Dr Susan Calafate Boyle, Htstonan / Intetpreuve Planner '~,.. Cache la Poudre River Comdor / t 201 Oak 1Ldge Dnve, Smte 250 /Fort Collins, Colorado 80525-5589 / (970) 225-3565 Susan boyle@nps gov Chip Sterner, Duector Downtown Development Authontyl 19 Old Town Square, Suite 230 /Fort Collins, Colorado 80524 / (970) 420-0537 stemco@fnt corn Richard Hallock, Colorado Depatment of Local Affmrs Community Development Extension Specialist, Reured 338 McCulloch Blvd /Pueblo West, CO 81007 / (719) 547-3173 hallock@cmp.net Kan Henderson - plantung consultant and collaborator 2825 Dazley Avenue /Boulder, CO 80303 / (303) 499-6987 kanhenderson@earthhnk net Steve Wanner -department head and former direct adrtumstrauve supervisor Landscape Architecture Program /Colorado State Umv /Fort Collins, CO 80523 / (970) 491-7019 s[eohen wanner@colostate edu Roben Petron -landscape architect and former employer Perton Collabomnve / 800 NW 6'" /Portland, OR 97209 / (503) 223-2266 Updated 10 Feb 2003 ~~ 1` Jeff Lakey