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02.26.2018 PRAB Signed Minutes CITY OF BOULDER BOULDER.COLORADO BOARDS AND COMMISSIONS MEETING MINUTES To listen to the Parks and Recreation Advisory Board meetings in their entirety,please go to the following;link: Name of Board/Commission: Parks and Recreation Advisory Board Date of Meeting: February 26, 2018 Contact Information Preparing Summary: Sarah DeSouza, 303-413-7223 Board Members Present: Tom Klenow, Kelly Wyatt,Marty Gorce.Valerie Yates, Raj Seymour,Tyler Romero Board Members Absent: Jennifer Kovarik Staff Present: Yvette Bowden,Jeff Haley, Doug Godfrey, Ali Rhodes,Jeff Haley, Mora Carrillo, Bryan Beaty, Keith Williams,Maxen Jones,Joanne Bloom, Rella Abernathy. Guests Present: None Type of Meeting: Advisory/Regular Agenda Item 1: Call to Order The meeting was called to order at 6:00 p.m. Agenda Item 2:Future Board Items and Tours Bowden reviewed upcoming community touch opportunities.These events can be found at www.BoulderParks-Rec.or Agenda Item 3: Public Participation Greg Brown,city resident representing a pickleball user group, spoke to the Board about community interest in pickleball. Theresa Szeliga,city resident representing Colorado Junior Crew, spoke to the Board about the interest in the new boat house at the Boulder Reservoir. Agenda Item 4: Consent Agenda A. Approval of Minutes from January 22,2018 Minutes from January 22, 2018 were approved as written. B. Parks and Recreation Development and Operations Update PRAB members shared the following questions and comments about this item: PRAB had no comments or questions about th s item. Agenda Item 5: Action Item Public Hearing and Consideration of a Motion to Approve a License Agreement with Boulder County Farmers Market This item was postponed until the March PRAB meeting (April 2, 2018) Agenda Item 6: Discussion/Information Item A. Boulder County Farmer's Market Contract Update Bowden presented this item to the Board. PRAB members shared the following questons and comments about this item: • Why is it mov'ng to City V;tallty Group to Parks (conaecf on to the C:vac Area) • Is there any risk to the Farmers Market to move to a one year contract"They have always operated on a one year contract? • Support for a multi-year contract with the Farmers Market moving forward. • Are there any changes?Main issue: multi year,what city contributes inkind and monetary, restrooms; operational and financial changes; set up; space sharing; • If multi year,can council be provided with a heads-up that this contract will be coming before them? B. A Discussion of the Need to Provide an Easement Through Part of Scott Carpenter Park to Facilitate the Relocation of the McCarty Ditch Due to Impacts Resulting from the Future Redevelopment of the Aquatics Facility at Scott Carpenter Park Doug Godfrey presented this item to the Board. PRAB members shared the following questions and comments about this item: • Location of the ditch relative to Broadway. • Beneficiaries of ditch water. • Release location of the ditch. • Will ballfield outfield be adjusted to accommodate the ditch? • Appreciation for staff outreach to park users. • Did user groups voice concerns? • Is part of the ditch located underground? • Does the aligment require any digging? • Is the relocation entirely the department's responsibility? • Costs associated with relocation and source of funding. • Timing of the action item being presented to the Board. • Appreciation for work being accomplished prior to the initiation of the project. C. Update to the Integrated Pest Management Policy and Related Programs Rella Abernathy presented this item to the Board. PRAB members shared the following questions and comments about this item: • Appreciation for the work being accomplished by the IPM group. • Suggested giving educational material to residents in case there are still concerns about the current IPM process. • Can residents with gardens reach out for assistance and/or education in regards to the Boulder Pollinator Garden Project? D. 2017 Master Plan Progress Report/Overview of 2018 Priorities Allison Rhodes presented this item to the Board. PRAB members shared the following questions and comments about this item: • Appreciation of the video and request for more city holiday lighting photographs. • Request for the presentation to be provided to City Council. • Boulder is priv'leged to have the funds to invest in recreation and city programs and the PRAB wants to ensure that staff continues to have necessary resources to support training and learning. • Appreciation of the department following their commitment to meet the Master Plan goals. • Appreciat.on for the quality of the presentation and included data. • Recognition that the Board has become more engaged in the department's work resulting in increased support of the department. Agenda Item 7: Matters from the Department No items this month. Agenda Item 8: Matters from the Board PRAB Community Engagement Updates • Board members attended the following activities/meetings/tours: Meetings with interested community members, Walk with a Doc,the Volunteer Appreciation Dinner, park visits(Scott Carpenter and Tantra), Play Foundation,Chautauqua sidewalk and road inspection, Snow Much Fun. Next Board Meeting: April 2,2018 Adjourn: There being no further business to come before the Board at this time, the meeting was adjourned at 7:44 p.m. Ir ved by: tSarah- a A 42 M<t Tom Klenow Board Chair Board Secretary Date Date � ` _ 1