CITY OF FULLERTON
PARKS AND RECREATION COMMISSION
City Council Chamber
Monday, March 13, 2006
Public comment will be allowed on items on this Agenda at the time each item is considered.
Persons addressing the Commission shall be limited to 5 minutes, unless an extension of time is granted by the Chairman, subject to approval of the Commission. When any group of persons wishes to address the Commission, it shall be proper for the Chairman to request that a spokesman be chosen to represent the group.
Public comments will also be allowed on items NOT on the agenda, but within the subject matter jurisdiction of the Commission, prior to approval of the Minutes, and will be limited to thirty minutes and not to exceed five minutes per person. No one will be heard twice. Any public comments not received at the beginning of the session may be heard at the end of the session. NO action may be taken on off-agenda items, except as provided by law.
CALL TO ORDER
CONSENT ITEMS (Items 1 and 2)
All matters listed under Consent Calendar are considered routine and will be enacted by one motion. There will be no separate discussion of these items prior to the time of voting on the motion unless members of the Commission, staff or public request specific items be discussed and/or removed from the Consent Calendar for separate action.
*1. MINUTES OF THE FEBRUARY 13, 2006 REGULAR MEETING
Recommendation to approve the Minutes of the February 13, 2006 regular meeting.
*2. LANDSCAPE DIVISION MONTHLY REPORT FOR FEBRUARY 2006
Staff recommendation to receive and file the Landscape Division February 2006 Monthly Report.
REGULAR BUSINESS (Items 3 - 8)
3. SMOKE-FREE PARKS PRESENTATION
Cynthia Schaefer, M.H.S., Health Educator at the Orange County Health Department's Tobacco Use Prevention Program (TUPP), will provide a presentation on laws and ordinances governing tobacco use at public playgrounds and parks.*4. GOLFERS PARADISE IMPROVEMENTS
Staff recommendation that the Parks and Recreation Commission recommend City Council approval of conceptual plans for improvements to Golfers Paradise.
5. RHINESTONES AND TWANGIN' TONES
Verbal presentation from Cultural and Events Division staff on a Museum exhibit of elaborate country music stage outfits and instruments, opening March 18th.
6. DIRECTOR'S UPDATE
- Successful Laguna Lake dedication
7. REPORT ON CITY COUNCIL AGENDA ITEMS
- Presented Adopt-A-Park Fall 2005 awards and stipends to participants.
- Approved list of major capital projects eligible for federal funding including Hillcrest Park Fountain and War Memorial Renovation, Fullerton Multi-Service Center Expansion - Health and Wellness Center, and Fox Fullerton Renovation Project, and added bikeways and trails.
- Approved the Richman Park concept plan and enlargement of Valencia Center, and directed staff to have construction and bid documents prepared for bidding of park improvements.
8. COMMISSIONER COMMENTS