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[1. CALL TO ORDER]

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BRIER. ISROW.

CUTLER. MAYERSOHN.

I WOULD LIKE TO CALL TO ORDER THE MEETING AT 5:30 P.M.

PLEASE RISE FOR THE PLEDGE.

>> ROLL CALL.

[4A. ADVISORY BOARD APPOINTMENTS DISCUSSION]

>> SO WE HAVE THE ADVISORY BOARD APPOINTMENT DISCUSSION.

>> YES. THAT'S THE FIRST ITEM FOR OUR WORKSHOP THIS EVENING. IS THE ADVISORY BOARD APPOINTMENT DISCUSSION. SO WE CURRENTLY HAVE THREE EXISTING BOARD TO HAVE MEMBERS APPOINTED AND THEN A REPLACEMENT ON THE PENSION BOARD. IF IT'S OKAY WITH THE COMMISSION, WE COULD START WITH THE PARKS AND RECS BOARD.

>> SOUNDS GOOD TO ME. >> GREAT.

>> AS YOU ALL KNOW EACH ONE OF YOU GET TO APPOINT A MEMBER.

SO I WILL GO THROUGH THE LIST. AND LET YOU KNOW THE MEMBERS CURRENTLY SELECTED. FOR KEN HE CHOSE DAVID GOTT.

FOR BOB HOWARD WINER. RICH, IS MELISSA SACKMAN.

SIMEON IS LEO GORDON. AND JORDAN IS ROBERT BRANNON.

FOR EACH OF THE BOARD WE WILL GO THROUGH WE NEED TO APPOINT FOUR ADDITIONAL MEMBERS. TWO AT-LARGE.

AND TWO AT-LARGE ALTERNATES. FIRST ALTERNATE AND A SECOND ALTERNATE. IF YOU GO TO LIST OF BOARD MEMBERS FOR THE PARKS AND RECS ADVISORY BOARD.

IT'S ALL IN YOUR AGENDA ALONG WITH EVERY APPLICATION.

AND TAKE A LOOK AT THE OTHER NAMES AND WE'RE GOING TO TRY TO COME UP WITH A RATIONALE WAY OF KIND OF REDUCING THE AMOUNT OF AVAILABLE MEMBERS WHEN WE GO TO OUR REGULAR MEETING PROCESS WILL GO SMOOTHER. LOOK THROUGH THE LIST BEGIN THAT I SHARED WITH YOU EVERYBODY'S APPOINTMENT FOR THE PARKS AND

REC BOARD. >> DOES EVERYBODY KNOW WHO IS

CURRENTLY ON THE BOARD? >> WHY DON'T WE GO THROUGH IT.

YOU WANT TO GIVE THE LIST. >> WE DON'T HAVE THAT.

>> I HAVE IT. >> EVAN FINKELSTON.

EVAN. MELISSA SACKMAN.

BUT SHE IS ALREADY SELECTED. SANDRA SCHRODER.

IS A CURRENT MEMBER. HOWARD WINER, AND ERIC YOUNG.

WE ALSO HAVE LAURIN KATZ. LORI POLNNOC OR CHRIS MORENO BUT THEY ARE ON ANOTHER BOARD OR DON'T WANT TO BE ON THE BOARD.

EVAN, MELISSA SACKMAN; SANDRA, HOWARD, AND ERIC YOUNG.

I WENT A STEP FURTHER AND WHAT I DIDS TOOK A LOOK TO SEE IF THEY WERE CHOSEN OR SELECTED FOR ANOTHER BOARD.

SO TO KIND OF MAKE IT A LITTLE BIT EASIER FOR YOUR PARK AND REC ADVISORY BOARD. PEOPLE WHO CURRENT MEMBERS AND NOT BEEN SELECTED ARE OWAN FINKELSTEIN.

SANDRA SCHRODER, AND ERIC YOUNG. AND THEY DESIRE TO CONTINUE WITH THE BOARD. BRYAN LITTMAN ARE ALTERNATE.

>> THAT'S CORRECT. >> IS THIS DISCUSSION TODAY.

>> WHAT WE WANT TO DO DWINDLE IT DOWN SO IT'S NOT OVERWHELMING

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SELECTION DURING THE REGULAR MEETING.

AND I THINK ONE OF THE BEST WAYS IS FOR EACH OF YOU TO SELECT ANOTHER PERSON THAT HASN'T BEEN SELECTED YET.

AND WE CAN GO DOWN THE LIST AND SEE IF THERE'S A COMMON INTEREST OR WE COULD TAKE THOSE FIVE TO VOTE AND THEN ONE PERSON WOULDN'T BE EITHER AN ALTERNATE OR FIRST OR SECOND ALTERNATE.

>> OKAY. >> AT-LARGE.

>> IS EVERYBODY OKAY WITH THAT? >> I KNOW IT'S KIND OF DIFFICULT

WITH ESPECIALLY SO MANY NAMES. >> I WILL JUST THROW OUT SANDRA SCHRODER. I THINK SHE'S DONE A GOOD JOB BEING ON THAT BOARD. SHE HAS A LITTLE DIFFERENT PERSPECTIVE THAN ANYONE ELSE. I WOULD THROW HER NAME OUT THERE CONSIDERING SHE'S -- SHE'S ON THE BOARD.

>> AND THAT'S ONE THING I THINK BOB, HAS BROUGHT UP WE'RE ALREADY GOING TO HAVE QUITE A FEW CHANGES.

>> RIGHT. >> I THINK ONE IMPORTANT THING IS OBVIOUSLY WE DON'T NECESSARILY NEED TO KEEP EVERYONE ON THERE NOW. BUT I THINK A LOT OF THE BOARDS HAVE DONE A GREAT JOB. ALSO I WANT TO SAY ONE THING QUICKLY. I KNOW MY COLLEAGUES I'M SURE AGREE WITH ME. BUT I WANT TO GET THAT OUT THERE. ANYONE WHO VOLUNTEERS FOR A BOARD SHOULD BE COMMENDED FOR THAT.

THEY ARE VOLUNTEERS. THEY ARE GIVING UP THEIR TIME TO TRY TO BET BETTER THE COMMUNITY. IF SOMEONE ISN'T PICKED IT DOESN'T MEAN YOU KNOW IT'S NOT A NEGATIVE THING.

THERE'S ONLY SO MANY SEATS AVAILABLE.

AND THERE'S YOU KNOW OBVIOUSLY MORE APPLICANTS THAN THERE ARE SEATS AVAILABLE. IT WOULD BE NICE TO HAVE EVERYONE WHO APPLIES ON THIS BOARD OR A BOARD OR WHATEVER.

BUT UNFORTUNATELY THAT'S NOT POSSIBLE.

HOPEFULLY NO ONE FEELS SLIGHTED. IF THEY ARE NOT PICKED.

I WANT TO MAKE SURE I GET THAT OUT THERE.

I KNOW WE ARE ALL ON THE SAME PAGE WITH THAT.

I WANT TO MAKE SURE THAT I CLARIFY THAT FOR EVERYBODY.

BOB HAS MENTIONED SANDRA, WHICH YOU KNOW IS GOOD BECAUSE, AGAIN, THE ONLY RETURNING PERSON -- WELL THERE WOULD BE TWO RETURNING PEOPLE FOR SURE. THAT WOULD BE MELISSA AND HOWARD. BECAUSE THOSE ARE IT'S MY APPOINTMENT AND BOB'S. EVERY OTHER SEAT YOU KNOW

TOTALLY AVAILABLE. >> MR. MAYOR?

>> YES. >> YOU KNOW, I HAVE ALL THE RESPECT IN THE WORLD FOR THE PEOPLE THAT ARE CURRENTLY SERVING ON THIS BOARD. I WANT TO POINT OUT THAT WE HAVE TWO APPLICATIONS ONE FROM MONROE CONRONTON AND KARA DEMEO BOTH WHO HAVE EXTENSIVE EXPERIENCE, ONE IS A CURRENT MANAGER OF NFL-CLUB RELATIONS THE OTHER HAS BEEN INVOLVED WITH THE ATLANTA BRAVES AND ALL KINDS OF DIFFE DIFFERENT ASPECTS. I DO WANT TO GIVE DUE CONSIDERATION FOR THE PEOPLE WE'RE THINKING ABOUT.

>> I COULDN'T AGREE MORE WITH THAT.

I DO NO KNOW KENAN. I DO KNOW KARA SHE'S ON THE LITTLE LEAGUE BOARD. SHE'S THE PTA PRESIDENT.

SHE'S VERY INVOLVED IN THE COMMUNITY.

KARA GREAT ASSET TO OUR COMMUNITY.

>> KARAS ONE -- I'M SUPPORTIVE OF THAT AS WELL.

>> DO WE WANT TO PUT KARA DOWN AS NUMBER 2?

>> SURE. >> IF YOU COULD COME TO MUTUAL AGREEMENT ON FOUR. THERE'S NO REASON TO HAVE FIVE DOWN. AND THAT WAY YOU'LL BE SET -- I LIKE HOW THIS IS GOING. YOU KNOW, WE CAN JUST CONTINUE THIS DISCUSSION FOR ANOTHER COUPLE OF MINUTES AND SEE HOW IT

GOES. >> MAYOR, I TEND TO ALSO AGREE CUTLER ON KENYAN. YOU WANT SOMETHING WITH EXPERIENCE AND DIFFERENT AGE GROUPS AND ATHLETICS.

PERSONALLY I THINK THERE'S A GOOD MIX LIKE YOU SAID OF PEOPLE CURRENTLY ON THE BOARD. AND YOU WANT SOME NEW PERSPECTIVE AS WELL. I WOULD PROPOSE HIM AS WELL.

>> OKAY. ARE WE IN AGREEMENT THAT KENNIAN

WOULD BE NUMBER 3? >> SURE.

>> FOR ME I KNOW BRIAN IS AN ALTERNATE AND EVAN FINKELSTON ON THE BOARD. BRIAN STARTED THE SOFTBALL LEAGUE WHICH WE NEEDED DESPERATELY.

EN COMMISSIONER IN PARKLAND FOOTBALL.

HIS SON PLAYS EVERY REC SPORT THERE IS.

HE HAS TWO BOYS BRIAN IS OBVIOUSLY INVOLVED IN REC SPORTS

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AS WELL. YOU KNOW ONE OF THOSE TWO GUYS.

I WOULD LIKE TO SEE -- >> AND THEY ARE BOTH ALTERNATES CURRENTLY? EVAN IS ON THE BOARD.

>> BRIAN IS THE ALTERNATE. >> HOW LONG -- MY ONLY PROBLEM WITH KEEPING SOME HISTORICAL PERSPECTIVE ON --

>> EVAN HAS BEEN ON FOR JUST ABOUT TWO YEARS.

>> I WOULDN'T MIND IF WE KEPT THOSE TWO GENTLEMEN AND MAYBE MOVING THEM UP TO THE BOARD ITSELF AND THEN KEEPING LIKE MAYBE KENYAN AS ALTERNATE. AND WE GIVE THE PEOPLE THAT HAVE BEEN IN THE ALTERNATE POSITIONS A CHANCE TO ACTUALLY SIT ON THE BOARD AND YOU KNOW MOVE THEM UP. THEY SPENT THE TIME AND EFFORT

ON IT AND EVERYTHING. >> WE WOULD HAVE WE COULDN'T HAVE BOTH. WE WOULD HAVE TO ONE SO IT WOULD BE LET'S JUST FOR ARGUMENT SAKE NOW EVAN AND BRIAN AS FOUR AND FIVE. WE WOULD NEED TO REMOVE ONE OF THOSE FIVE. IT WOULD EITHER BE SANDRA IS ON CURRENTLY. AND EVAN IS ON CURRENTLY.

AND BRIAN IS AN ALTERNATE. I THINK -- WOULD WE KEEP EVAN AND SANDRA AND BRIAN AS ALTERNATE.

>> WE WOULD HAVE TO REMOVE ONE OF THOSE THREE.

>> IT WOULD BE PERMANENTLY IN FAVOR OF THAT.

OBVIOUSLY QUOTE, UNQUOTE CUTTING SOMEONE FROM THE LIST IS NOT AN EASY DECISION TO MAKE. BUT I THINK EVERYBODY UNDERSTANDS -- ANYONE WHO DOES VOLUNTEER UNDERSTANDS THEY WANT TO BE ON THE BOARD BUT I THINK THEY UNDERSTAND WE'RE LIMITED TO

HOW MANY PEOPLE WE CAN HAVE. >> HOW LONG HAS BRIAN WITHIN AN

ALTERNATE? >> TWO YEARS ALSO?

>> CORRECT, YES. >> AND I'M NOT CERTAIN ON YOUR ERIC YOUNG'S TIME ON THE BOARD ALSO.

>> ERIC HAS BEEN ON FOR SEVERAL YEARS FROM WHAT I UNDERSTAND.

>> HE'S BEEN ON A WHILE. >> CURRENTLY YOU HAVEN'T

MENTIONED HIM. >> JUST TO MAKE THAT CLEAR.

>> CORRECT. >> HE'S BEEN GREAT FOR THE BOARD AS WELL. YOU KNOW IT GOES BACK TO YOU KNOW WE HAD LARGE TURN OVER IN COMMISSION.

OBVIOUSLY IT'S GOING TO REFLECT THAT IN OUR BOARD.

WHICH AGAIN UNFORTUNATE BECAUSE OUR BOARD HAVE ALL BEEN VERY GOOD. BUT YOU KNOW THAT'S HOW IT WILL SHAKE UP. I WOULD SUPPORT HAVE EVEN EVAN AND SANDRA. YOU HAVE THOSE TWO PLUS THOSE ON THE BOARD FOR A PERIOD OF TIME. HOWARD HAS BEEN ON THE BOARD FOR QUITE A WHILE. SO WE WILL DO BRIAN AND KENYAN

AS ALTERNATE. >> OR KARA.

>> WHO IS ONE YOU HAVEN'T DECIDED.

THE FIFTH. IT'S BRIAN, KARA OR KENYAN.

ONE OF THOSE HAS TO BE LEFT OFF THE LIST.

>> OKAY. >> IF YOU ARE ABLE TO YOU CAN SAY YOUR PREFERENCES OR WAIT UNTIL THE MEETING.

>> I THINK EASIER TO DO IT NOW. >> WE'RE CLOSE NOW IN MY OPINION. IF WE WANT IS THERE ANYONE WHO

WANTS TO MAKE -- >> THERE'S NO MOTION.

>> I MEAN, BRIAN AND KENYAN I THINK WOULD BE GOOD ADDITIONS AS KARA WOULD BE AS WELL. I THINK BRIAN STARTING

SOFTBALL -- >> I MEAN, AGAIN, THINK FOR ME IT'S BETWEEN KENYAN AND KARA WHO THERE IS WHO NOT.

THEY ARE BOTH QUALIFIED. OBVIOUSLY KARA HAS BEEN HERE FOR 15 YEARS AND KENYAN IS NEW. IT MAY BE SOMETHING WHERE NEITHER OF THEM HAVE BEEN TO A PA PARK AND REC ADVISORY BOARD MEETING. WE'RE NOT INTERVIEWING THEM NECESSARILY. MY PERSONAL OPINION IS I WOULD LEAD TOWARD KARA BECAUSE I KNOW HER AND I DON'T KNOW KENYAN.

>> I AGREE WITH YOU ONLY BECAUSE I KNOW KARA.

SHE'S ON THE LITTLE LEAGUE BOARD.

SHE HAS TWO BOYIS. INVOLVED IN THE SCHOOL.

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SHE'S DEFINITELY AND THAT'S NOT TO SAY KENYAN IS NOT.

BUT KARA IS PROBABLY MORE SO WITH HER TIME RESIDENT HERE IN PARKLAND SHE'S DEFINITELY SHOWN HER DESIRE --

>> THE ONLY OTHER PART TO IS THAT KARA ALSO YOU KNOW OBVIOUSLY SAID SHE ALSO WOULD SERVE ON THE CAB.

>> MAYBE THAT'S AN OPPORTUNITY. HOW ABOUT WE DO THIS.

LET'S LEAVE THOSE THREE FOR NOW. WE'LL GO TO CAB NEXT.

AND IF KARA MAKES THE CAB THAT MAKES THE DECISION EASY.

>> I THINK THAT'S SMART. CAB THE WAY THE CURRENT SELECTION IS FOR KEN, DR. SHERRY KIMMEL, FOR BOB IT'S ANGELICA, FOR RICH IT'S JEFF. WOLF FOR SIMEON LORI POTNICK AND

FOR JORDAN IT'S KENDRA PONTON. >> IS SHE ON THIS ONE?

>> FROM THE TOP. >> I WOULD SUGGEST JUST LOOKING AT THIS LIST YOU'VE GOT THOSE ARE THE ONLY TWO THAT ARE CURRENTLY ON THE BOARD THAT ARE

NOT INCLUDED. >> LAURA --

>> WE ALSO AND I NOTED BECAUSE I SERVED TO COMMUNITY ADVISORY BOARD. YOUR USING YOUR CHAIRMAN AND SEVERAL OTHER LAND STANDING MEMBERS.

FORMER MAYOR BOB MARKS AND MEGAN MEALA WHO HAS NOT REAPPLIED.

>> YOU'RE LOSING FOUR CURRENT MEMBERS.

THAT'S CORRECT? >> CORRECT.

>> YOU HAVE BILL KENNEDY. >> I WOULD FAVOR BOTH OF THOSE

TWO INDIVIDUALS. >> RUPERT WAS -- BROUGHT HIS NAME UP. .

>> COULDN'T AGREE MORE ON THAT ONE.

I THINK KARA WOULD BE -- I THINK SHE WOULD BE A GREAT ADDITION ON THIS PARTICULAR BOARD IN MY OPINION.

>> RIGHT. >> I WOULD AGREE.

>> AND THEN YOU HAVE YOU HAVE DENISE DEAPOLO WHO RAN FOR COMMISSION SEAT. SHE'S SHOWN HER DEDICATION TO THE COMMUNITY.

>> THE THING IS THEY ARE ALL GOOD.

>> I KNOW. WE SAID THIS BEFORE.

>> WE CAN SAY IT A THOUSAND TIME.

WE WILL CONTINUE TO SAY THAT. OBVIOUSLY, YOU KNOW YOU'RE

REALLY -- >> THIS IS THE TOUGHEST THING WE

HAVE TO DO. >> I ABSOLUTELY AGREE ON THAT

ONE. >> DO WE WANT TO PICK THE SEATS AND THE ALTERNATES NOW OR GO WITH KEEP BILL AND RUPERT AND

KARA AND DENISE AS ALTERNATES? >> YES.

OKAY. I'M GOOD WITH THAT.

>> BILL AND RUPERT WILL BE THE AT-LARGE.

AND THEN ALTERNATE ONE AND ALTERNATE TWO KARA AND DENISE.

WHICH ONE IS ONE. >> I MEAN, WE'LL DO DENISE ALTERNATE ONE. -- I WOULD SAY KARA IF YOU ARE CONTEMPLATING. IF YOU PULL HER OFF BEING ON --

>> MAKES ALL THE SENSE IN WORLD. THAT WAS EASY.

LET'S GO BACK TO PARKS AND REC. >> BRIAN ALTERNATE ONE AND

KENYAN AS ALTERNATE TWO. >> ALTERNATE ONE BRIAN AND

KENYAN ALTERNATE TWO. >> GOOD?

>> GOOD. >> SHOULD WE DO POLICE PENSION.

THAT WILL BE EASY ONE. THE NEXT ONE IS OUR PLANNING AND

ZONING BOARD. >> OKAY.

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WHAT WE HAVE KEN ANTHONY AVELLO. BOB IS MARIA SEGWEG.

SIMEON IS TODD ROGERS. AND JORDAN IS NEIL VOGUL.

I MISSED SOMEONE. WHO WHO W

WHO WAS SIMEON? >> SIMEON WAS TODD ROGERS.

>> CONGRATULATIONS, TODD. >> WE CURRENTLY HAVE AS WITH THE TWO AT-LARGES ARE JOEL KAPLAN AND DAVID OFFSTEIN.

>> YES. AND THE TWO ALTERNATES CURRENTLY

ARE WHO? >> TODD ROGERS.

TODD ROGERS ONE OF THEM AND DEREK BIGSBY.

>> DO YOU WANT TO GO THROUGH THE AT-LARGE FIRST.

>> YOU MISSED GINA STEPHENS. >> SHE'S CURRENTLY ON.

>> YES. >> WE BASICALLY HAVE ON THE BOARD NOW NOT AUTOMATIC. GINA STEVENS.

DAVID OFFSTEIN. JOEL CAPLIN AND DEREK BIGSBY.

JOEL -- JOEL IS ON. >> JOEL IS ON.

>> JOEL IS NOT ON. I WOULD SUPPORT PUTTING JOEL ON.

I THINK HE'S DONE A GOOD JOB. I WOULD SUPPORT HIM.

IF I HAVE MY ONE PICK. JOEL AND DAVID AS WELL.

DAVID HAS A LOT OF EXPERIENCE. THAT'S ONE THING DAVID

HAS -- CITY PLANNER EXPERIENCE. >> AND HE HAS A DIFFERENT

PERSPECTIVE THAN SOME. >> YES.

WE'VE GOT SOME NEW APPLICANTS TOO WHICH ARE QUALIFIED.

>> ALEX LAZAWICK HAS SOME GOOD REDENTIALS AND HIS FAMILY WITH THE CITY FOR THREE GENERATIONS. HE HAS A LOT OF --

>> MY ONLY CONCERN WITH ALEX AND I WOULD HAVE TO ASK ANTHONY DOES THAT PRESENT CONFLICT OF INTEREST?

>> HE DOES WORK FOR THE CITY? >> YEAH.

THERE MAY BE A TREMENDOUS AMOUNT OF ITEMS COMING FORWARD THAT REMAY NOT BE ABLE TO OPINE ON. I TURN IT OVER TO SWANEE SO WE CAN HEAR WHAT HIS ROLE IS. KEEP AS DESIGN FORM ONLY SERVES

ENGINEERING CAPACITY. >> FOR FUTURE WORK.

SO POTENTIALLY ON CITY PROJECTS OUR PROJECT DENT GO THROUGH THE PLANNING AND ZONING PROCESS. I WOULD SAY NO TO THAT.

AND IN TERMS OF DEVELOPMENT CONTRACTS WE'VE HAD ITEMS COME BEFORE PLANNING AND ZONING BOARD MEMBERS BEFORE.

AND THEY RECUES THEMSELVES IN THAT SITUATION.

>> IT SOUNDS LIKE THE CONFLICT WOULDN'T ARISE TO SUCH AN EXTENT HE COULDN'T TAKE APPOINTMENT TO EXTENT THERE'S AN ITEM WHERE HE MAY HAVE SOME INTEREST THAT EFFECTS HIM PERSONALLY OR HIS EMPLOYER HE COULD PROBABLY BE DIRECTED BY ME TO REFRAIN OR ABSTAIN FROM THAT VOTE. HE WOULD HAVE TO FILE A DISCLOSURE IF AN ISSUE LIKE THAT WERE TO COME UP.

>> OKAY. THANKS FOR YOUR CLARIFICATION.

>> I'M SORRY. I WAS JUST GOING TO SAY THERE'S SOMETIME WHEN WE ASKED HEATH AND THOSE ENTITIES TO DO SOME ANALYSES FOR US OTHER THAN JUST THE KIND OF ENGINEERING THINGS THEY'VE BEEN DOING. THAT'S ANOTHER ASPECT TO IT THAT

WE NEED TO KEEP MINDFUL OF. >> THAT'S ONE OF MY HESITATIONS TOO. THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN THE

CITY. >> WE HAVE FOUR.

IF YOU WANT TO THROW OUT ANOTHER NAME.

>> ANOTHER PERSON I THINK ALTERNATE CONSIDERATION BECAUSE HE'S CONTRACTOR IN THE CITY AND ALSO HAS WORKED WITH OUR

BUILDING -- >> I LIKE HIM TOO.

>> HE WAS ANOTHER POTENTIAL CANDIDATE AS ALTERNATEDNATE.

>> LET'S REITERAE. WE HAVE FOUR SPOTS LEFT.

AND FOUR OF THE FIVE THAT WE'VE MENTIONED ARE ON THE PLANNING AND ZONING. WE HAVE I WOULDN'T CHANGE AT ALL IF WE KEPT. ED

>> TONY IS ON NOW. >> HERE'S THE QUESTION IS THAT

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YOU HAVE YOU HAVE GINA STEVENS. BIGSBY ARE AN ATNATE.

THEY ARE ON THE BOARD IN SOME FASHION.

IF WE ADD INTO THE MIX THE CONVERSATION OF ALEX AND SCOTT.

THEN WE'VE GOT SIX PEOPLE THAT WE NEED TO FIGURE OUT.

>> CORRECT. >> THEN WE WOULD HAVE TO CONFIRM

WHO WOULD BE THE ALTERNATE. >> I CONCUR WITH DAVID.

I THINK HE BRINGS ANMENT OF EXPERIENCE.

DOES ANYONE NOT AGREE WITH DAVE? >> WE'LL PUT HIM ON THE BOARD.

>> JOEL AND DAVID? >> JUST DO DAVID FOR NOW.

AND THEN WE'LL -- THEN WE'LL TALK ABOUT I GUESS JOEL NEXT AND

BOB BROUGHT UP JOEL. >> I LIKE JOEL.

>> SO KEN GOOD WITH JOEL. >> AS IS SIMEON.

PROVIDES SOME CONTINUITY. THERE'S A NUMBER OF THINGS

COMING FROM THE BOARD. >> OKAY.

THAT ANSWERS THAT. NOW WE HAVE TWO ALTERNATE SEATS.

WE HAVE THREE PEOPLE. WE HAVE AGAIN GINA WOULD BE -- WE HAVE REALLY FOUR PEOPLE.

GINA STEVENS SITS ON THE BOARD AND SCOTT AND ALLEN.

>> RIGHT. >> I LIKE THE IDEA AS SCOTT AN AN ALTERNATE. I LIKE SCOTT.

>> HE BRINGS DIFFERENT PERSPECTIVE.

>> I THINK ALEX IF THERE'S NOT A CONFLICT OF INTEREST.

I THINK HE WOULD BE ASSET. >> I DEFINITELY WOULD LIKE TO SEE -- BECAUSE AGAIN NOTHING AGAINST ANYONE THERE.

PRETTY MUCH THE BOARD THE SAME. IF WE DID DECIDE TO GO AGAIN THIS JUST FOR DISCUSSION ALEX AND SCOTT, THAT WOULD BE YOU

KNOW TWO NEW VOICES OF -- >> THEY COMMUNICATE.

>> HE BRINGS A DIFFERENT PERSPECTIVE.

LET ME ASK ANTHONY. IF YOU AN ALTERNATE BUT NOT VOTING. HOW DOES THAT PLAY INTO

CONVERSATION? >> LET'S SAY HE HAS A POTENTIAL CONFLICT ON AN ITEM BUT HE'S NOT VOTING ON THE ITEM.

CAN HE DISCUSS THE ITEM? >> IN THAT CASE EL RECOMMEND HE

ABSTAIN FROM THE DISCUSSION. >> OKAY.

>> ALL RIGHT. SO LET ME JUST MAKE SURE WE GOT THIS RIGHT. WE'RE GOING TO GO WITH DAVID, JOEL KAPLAN AS CITY MEMBERS AND THEN WE WILL GO WITH A

ALEX LAZARACK. >> SCOTT AS ALTERNATE ONE.

ALEX AS ALTERNATE TWO. OUR LAST BOARD IS THE POLICE

PENSION BOARD. >> THE POLICE PENSION BOARD IF I MAY THAT WAS A SEAT I WAS ON. IST ON THAT FOR THE LAST TWO YEARS. IT'S BEEN TRADITION.

ITS A GOOD WAY TO UNDERSTAND THE DIFFERENT ASPECT OF THE CITY.

THE PENSION, THERE'S JUST A COUPLE OFS FROM WHEN WE WERE PUBLIC SAFETY. GINA ORLANDO IS THE -- WHATEVER.

THE ADMINISTRATOR OF THAT PARTICULAR BOARD.

I WILL -- SHE DID SAY IT WOULD BE NICE IF SIMEON TOOK MY PLACE.

>> NOT TO YOU KNOW NOT TO PUT YOU ON THE SPOT THERE, SIMEON.

IT WOULD BE NEGLECTING MY DUTIES TO NOT MENTION THAT.

AGAIN IT'S ONCE A QUARTER. IT'S A VERY -- IT'S A LAID BACK COMMISSION. IT'S A LAID BACK SEAT.

THE ONLY REASON I GAVE IT UP IT'S AN OPPORTUNITY FOR SOMEONE ELSE TO GET DIFFERENT EXPERIENCE, WHAT IS GOING ON.

THAT'S THE ONLY REASON I -- >> WHEN DO THEY MEET?

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>> ONCE A QUARTER? >> ONCE A QUARTER ON MONDAYS -- I THINK THE NEXT MEET SING FEBRUARY OR MARCH OR

SOMETHING. >> OKAY.

I WOULD RECOMMEND SIMEON. >> I AGREE.

>> HE'S THE PERFECT FIT. >> OKAY.

SIMEON IT IS. DO WE HAVE ANY OTHER BOARD PICKS

ON THAT OR IS THAT -- >> THAT'S IT.

THE ONE -- THE OTHER BOARD PICK IS DONE BY THAT PARTICULAR BOARD. AND WE KEPT THE EXISTING BOARD.

[4B. LEGISLATIVE AGENDA]

>> NOW WE HAVE THE LEGISLATIVE AGENDA.

>> OUR CONSULTANT IS HERE TO HELP YOU ALL ESTABLISH YOUR 2021 LEGISLATIVE AGENDA. I WILL INTRODUCE ROBBY HOLROYD.

I'M NOT SURE IN LAURIN AND JACKSON WILL BE UP TOO.

GO AHEAD. ROBBY.

>> JUST ONE QUICK SECOND. WHEN WE DO THE AGENDA ITEM I CAN CAN YOU LATER. WHEN WE READ THAT, SHOULD I READ OFF THE BOARD SEATS OR WE COULD ACTUALLY VOTE THEN.

SHOULD I MAKE A MOTION. >> GOT IT.

GOOD ENOUGH. >> GOOD EVENING.

MAYOR-COM MAYOR-COMMISSIONER VICE MAYOR.

YOU HAVE BEFORE YOU 2020 LEGISLATIVE AGENDA THE CITY APPROVED LAST YEAR. MR. MAYOR I'M NOT SURE HOW YOU WANT TO PROCEED IN THIS CONVERSATION.

WE TALKED ABOUT REVIEWING THE POLICY ITEMS ON THE AGENDA.

SEEING IF THERE'S ITEM THAT YOU WANT TO ADD ON TO IT.

REMOVE. HOW YOU WANT TO CONSIDER THE PORT OF LEAGUE AGENDA AND THEN HAVE A CONVERSATION ABOUT THE APPROPRIATIONS IF. YEAH.

THERE IS AWESOME. >> GOOD.

>> THANKS. >> GOOD.

WE'LL JUST FLIP TO YOUR FIRST PAGE LEGISLATIVE ACTION PLAN.

>> AS YOU SAID EARLIER. THEY WILL JUMP IN.

IF THERE'S THINGS I MISS OR YOU HAVE QUESTIONED THEY WILL BE JOINING US IN THIS PRESENTATION. ON THE LEGISLATIVE ACTION PLAN.

LAST YEAR WE HAD EMPHASIS ON SCHOOL SAFETY AND OF COURSE THAT'S A PRIORITY OF THIS COMMISSION.

TWO THINGS THIS YEAR THAT HAS BEEN FILED.

SIMILAR TO WHAT WE HAVE HERE IN THE MUNICIPAL COMPLEX.

AND ALSO MANDATING CPR TRAINING FOR 9TH TO 11TH GRADER.

IF YOU WANT TO CONSIDER ADDING THAT TO THE AGENDA THIS YEAR AS WELL. WE HAD A CONVERSATION AT THE ORIENTATION ABOUT THE GAMING ISSUE AND THE POTENTIAL IMPACT OF THE COVE IT DEVELOPMENT. ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT THERE'S BEEN SOME CONVERSATIONS ABOUT THE NEED FOR INCREASING UNEMPLOYMENT. UNEMPLOYMENT RATE AND LOOKING AT THE ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT SIDE FOCUSSING ON THE ABILITY TO PROMOTE EMPLOYMENT OF INDIVIDUALS.

AGAIN JUST WANTED TO THROW IT OUT TO THE COMMISSION THOSE ARE JUST A COUPLE OF THOUGHTS WE HAD.

BUT IF THERE'S THINGS THAT YOU WANT TO REMOVE, ADD IT WOULD BE

A GOOD TIME. >> ANYBODY HAVE --

>> OBVIOUSLY, SUPPORTING THE KID ANYTHING INVOLVING PUBLIC SAFETY AT OUR SCHOOL IS PARAMOUNT IMPORTANCE TO ASSIST IN THAT

PROCESS WOULD BE IMPORTANT. >> ABSOLUTELY.

>> I KNOW WE HAVE PART OF THE JOB GROWTH AND ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT. SOMEHOW MAYBE HAVING COVID RELATED HEALTH AND SAFETY AND ALSO THE INTERRELATEDNESS BETWEEN THAT, BUSINESSES, WHATEVER IS CALLED.

PUBLIC PPE PROVISIONS. SOMETHING TO MAKE SURE THAT'S ACCOUNTED FOR. EVEN THOUGH THE VACCINE IS IN SIGHT. THAT'S FOR ANOTHER YEAR OR SO.

>> FOCUSING ON THE ECONOMIC RECOVERY SUPPORT FOR BUSINESS.

ECONOMIC REPORT. AND ALSO FROM HEALTH AND SAFETY.

>> VICE MAYOR. >> I LIKE BOB.

>> ONE THING THAT I WANT TO BE OR UNDERSTAND IS THAT WE HOPEFULLY ADOPT THE 2021 LEGISLATIVE AGENDA INTO OUR

LEGISLATIVE ACTION PLAN. >> MR. MAYOR, WE WANTED TO THROW

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IT OUT THERE. IF YOU WANT TO ADD A LINE IN THERE THAT ACCEPTS THE CITY OF PARKLAND SUPPORTS THE 2021 FLORIDA LEAGUE OF CITY'S AGENDA. IF THERE'S PARTICULAR ITEMS ON IT THAT YOU WANT TO PULL OUT THE CITY SPECIFIC AGENDA OR DO A

CATCH ALL THAT WE SUPPORT. >> I THINK THE CATCH ALL.

>> I THINK THE CATCH ALL. >> DEFINITELY.

>> AND THE OTHER THING THIS MAY BE MORE OF A FEDERAL THAN NECESSARILY A STATE IS CARES ACT FUNDING REQUESTING THAT IT BE IN THE NEXT GO AROUND OR ANOTHER PLAN IS THAT NEW MISS MUNICIPALITIES GET FUNDING TO THE COUNTY.

OR CITIES OVER 500,000. >> I THINK THAT, THAT'S CERTAINLY AS YOU ALLUDED TO WILL BE A FEDERAL ISSUE.

YOU CAN KEEP THE COMMISSION AP APRYCE APPRISEED OF. WE WILL MAKE SURE THAT'S THE

PRIORITY. >> YES.

>> ROBBY JUST SO I UNDERSTAND. IS IT SOMETHING THAT YOU CAN EXPAND THE NUMBER OF TOPICS AND ISSUE WANT TO FOCUS ON DOING IN MEANINGFUL WAY. AS YOU EXPAND THE NUMBER OF

TOPIC DILUTE THE EFFECTIVENESS. >> I THINK IT'S WHAT I WOULD SAY IF THERE'S CERTAIN AREAS YOU WANT US TO PARTICULARLY FOCUS ON AND REALLY DIVE INTO LIKE I SAID PREVIOUS YEARS THE FOCUSES SCHOOL SECURITY AND GETTING INITIATIVE TO FOCUS ON SCHOOL SAFETY. EFFECTIVE HOME RULE.

THOSE WERE THE KEY ISSUES. AND BEYOND THAT THE SPECIFIC LEGISLATIVE, THE APPROPRIATION ITEMS THAT ARE UNIQUE TO THE CITY. THOSE ARE KIND OF THE KEY AREAS WE FOCUSED ON. BEYOND THAT THE LEGISLATIVE ACTION PLAN IS MORE JUST LIKE GUIDING PRINCIPALS FOR US AS WE ARE OUT THERE HAVING CONVERSATION IN TALLAHASSEE.

OR ABROAD IN BUILDING COALITIONS.

THESE ARE THE GUIDING PRINCIPALS THAT THE CITY DIRECTED US TO

TAKE ACTION ON. >> I JUST WANT US TO BE ABLE TO COVER AS MANY TOPICS AS WE CARE ABOUT AND ARE IMPORTANT TO THE COMMUNITY. I ALSO DON'T WANT TO MISS THE FOCUS. IN REGARD TO THIS COMING LEGISLATIVE SESSION. I WOULD IMAGINE FROM A MONETARY STANDPOINT IT WILL BE VERY DIFFICULT TO GET ANY FUNDING FOR JUST ABOUT ANYTHING FROM TALLAHASSEE THIS YEAR.

>> YES. >> THAT WAS QUICK.

>> I MEAN, WITH ALL THAT THEY'VE GIVEN AWAY RELATIVE TO COVID AND WHAT THEY ANTICIPATE IN THE FUTURE.

AND YOU KNOW WITH ALL THE MEDICAL EQUIPMENT AND THE FREEZERS AND ALL THE OTHER THINGS THAT ARE COMING OUR WAY.

I WOULD IMAGINE THAT ANY LEGISLATIVE PUSH FOR FUNDING FOR US RELATIVE TO INFRASTRUCTURE ASPECT WILL BE DIFFICULT THIS YEAR. YES.

>> THIS WILL BE A POLICY HEAVY YEAR.

IDENTIFYING AREAS WE CAN UTILIZE AND TRY TO MAKE ADJUSTMENT TO EXISTING PROGRAMS OR EXISTING STATUTES THAT ALLOW THE CITY TO OPERATE MORE EFFICIENTLY OR MANNER MORE BENEFICIAL TO THE RESIDENT AND THE CITIES PRIORITY.

WE TALK A LOT ABOUT THIS UPCOMING YEAR AND REALLY WITH THE APPROPRIATIONS PROJECTS WHAT I WOULD EMPHASIZE AND CONSIDERING IS IT WILL BE A VERY, VERY DIFFICULT CHALLENGE UPHILL CLIMB. DIFFICULT BUT NEVER WANT TO SAY IMPOSSIBLE. YOU WANT TO AS SENATOR MENTIONED AT THIS POINT IT'S A TOUGH BUDGET YEAR.

THERE'S A LOT OF PUSH BACK ON A NUMBER OF PROJECTS.

THAT BEING SAID WHAT WE REALLY ENCOURAGE THE COMMISSION TO THINK ABOUT IS YOU ARE IF AND WHEN YOU DO IDENTIFY PROJECT THAT YOU WANT TO MOVE FORWARD ON.

THE IDEA IS BECAUSE SOME OF THE NEW RULES THAT HAVE BEEN ADOPTED BY THE HOUSE AND THE SENATE AND CONSIDERATION.

YOU WANT TO KIND OF BE IN THE RANGE OF 400,000 -- 800,000 TOTAL PROGRAM WITH A MINIMUM OF 50% MATCH FROM THE CITY.

AND THE IDEA ESPECIALLY GOING INTO THIS YEAR, TO YOUR POINT ABOUT THE BUDGET CHALLENGE WE'VE GOT TO DEMONSTRATE A CLEAR NEED OF WHY THIS PROJECT CAN'T WAIT ANOTHER YEAR.

AND SO THAT'S WITH NANCY AND WORKING WITH THE CITY STAFF, ON REALLY IDENTIFYING WHAT ARE THE SPECIFIC PROJECT THAT WE REALLY NEED TO DIVE INTO. WHEN WE TALKED ABOUT FROM THE TIMING PERSPECTIVE. KIND OF GETTING CONSENSUS ON THE AREAS OF FOCUS WHETHER IT'S MITIGATION OR ENVIRONMENTAL QUALITY LOOKING AT PUBLIC SAFETY AT SUSPECT AND THEN LOOKING AT

THE -- >> AND THE PARKS.

>> AND LOOKING AT THOSE FOUR DIFFERENT AREAS AS GUIDING PRINCIPALS ON WORKING WITH STAFF ON IT.

BUT IF WE COULD TAKE THAT DEEPER DIVE INTO WHERE WE BELIEVE IN

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LINE WITH WITH WHERE THERE'S TYPE IN THE LEGISLATURE.

LAUREN TALKS ABOUT WHEN THE SPEAKER AND THE PRESIDENT ARE ACTUALLY IN LINE FOR THE FIRST TIME IN VERY, VERY LONG TIME.

THEY HAVE VERY SIMILAR PRIORITIES.

ONE OF THOSE KEY PRIORITY THEY TALK ABOUT THE FLOOD MITIGATION.

LAST YEAR OUR PROJECT THAT WE WORKED ON WITH TERM BRIDGE WAS ACTUALLY A PROJECT 760,000. 380,000 LOCAL MATCH ON IT.

FLOOD MITIGATION EFFORT AS PART OF THE COMPREHENSIVE PLANS.

ITS PROJECT LIKE THAT. WE TALKED WITH STAFF AND BILL.

AND CAN REALLY DEMONSTRATE YEAR OVER YEAR THAT THERE MAY BE ADDITIONAL CHALLENGES. THIS WHY IT BECOMING MORE OF AN ISSUE WE HAVE TO ADDRESS THIS YEAR.

I WOULD ENCOURAGE CONSIDERING PROJECT LIKE THAT.

AGAIN WE GOT MONEY INTO THE BUDGET LAST YEAR.

BUT BECAUSE IT WASN'T IN THE MANAGEMENT ACTION PLAN.

THE GOVERNOR VETOED. IF WE CONTINUE TO REPEAT THAT.

PUSH THAT -- THAT'S -- AGAIN, WE SERVE AT THE DIRECTION OF THE COMMISSION WE WANT TO TRY TO GUIDE AS BEST AS POSSIBLE.

A PROJECT LIKE THAT IS SOMETHING THAT REALLY NANCY IN THE TEAM HAVE BEEN AMAZING TO WORK WITH. ON IDENTIFYING TIME LINE ON THINGS. ESPECIALLY WITH SHARON NANCY AND I TALKED ABOUT THE DIFFICULTY OF TIMING OF FUNDING MAKING ITS WAY FROM THE STATE TO THE CITY. AND LINING UP WITH THE CITY BUDGET. WHAT WE WOULD ASK TODAY IS IF YOU -- IF YOU WANT TO GIVE US DIRECTION TO MOVE FORWARD ON THE TERM BRIDGE PROJECT AND THEN CONTINUE TO WORKING WITH STAFF ON IDEN FYRING OTHER PRIORITIES PARAMETER.TAIN GENERAL -

THAT WOULD BE A GOOD -- >> I THINK THAT'S A GOOD IDEA.

AS PART OF THE STIMULUS FOR ECONOMIC GROWTH IN LIGHT OF COVID ARE THERE OTHER CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROJECT THAT WILL BE THE FOCUS OF THE LEGISLATURE WHERE THERE MAY BE SOME ADDITIONAL FUNDING OPPORTUNITIES.

>> I THINK IT WILL DEPEND ON WHAT FEDERAL PACKAGES LOOK LIKE.

I THINK IT WILL LOOK LIKE THE FEDERAL PACKAGES LOOK LIKE OF RELIEF. AND THE OTHER THING TOO IS WHAT ARE ECONOMIC OUTLOOK WILL BE FOR THE STATE.

WE'RE ALL RIGHT SEEING BETTER THAN PROJECTED NUMBERS OF WHERE WE THOUGHT THE DEFICIT WAS GOING TO BE.

AND WE'RE SEEING SOME BETTER REVENUE NUMBERS.

THAT BEING SAID STILL ANTICIPATE THING WILL BE A VERY, VERY TIGHT FISCAL YEAR. BUT AGAIN I THINK THE TWO COMPONENT OF WHAT DOES THE FEDERAL PACKAGE LOOK LIKE IN TERMS OF INFRASTRUCTURE IMPROVEMENT AND WHAT DOES THE GENERAL OUTLOOK FOR THE STATE LOOK LIKE.

I THINK THOSE ARE WRL WHAT WILL DRIVE THIS.

I WOULD LIKE IF THERE'S GOING TO BE FEDERAL PACKAGE WITH INFRASTRUCTURE. IMPROVES OR MONEY SET ASIDE I WOULD LIKE TO BE ASSERTIVE. THAT'S -- IF I MAY.

I THINK WHAT YOU HAD SAID IS YOU KNOW CONTINUE TO PUSH THE TERM BRIDGE. CONTINUE TO WORK WITH STAFF.

AND OBVIOUSLY AS THE PACKAGES COME OUT AND WE CAN IDENTIFY OPPORTUNITIES, YOU KNOW YOU WILL KEEP -- THIS WILL BE A LARGER COMMUNICATION YEAR FOR YOU GUYS TO US.

HERE'S SOME OF THE THINGS WE'RE SEEING.

THIS IS WHAT IS OUT THERE. AS YOST YO-YO POSTED TO US LOOK.

WHAT WE CAN DO IF WE -- IF OKAY. WE MODIFY POSSIBLE THAT LAST BULLET ITEM ON 2020. TO HAVE OUR TEAM WORK WITH CITY STAFF ON NOT ONLY IDENTIFYING AND FORTHING PROJECT THAT THE CITY IS RANKED HIGHLY ON. TOING SURE THOSE PROGRAM ARE FUNDING AS A WHOLE AND WORKING WITH CITY STAFF ON IDENTIFYING

THE OTHER OPPORTUNITIES. >> I WOULD LIKE US TO BE ABLE TO PIVOT QUICKLY. MAYBE WE'RE NOT ON OUR TOP FOCUS BUT NOW WE HAVE SOME FUNDING SOURCES THAT WE CAN PIVOT TO.

I THINK THAT WOULD ADVANTAGEOUS. >> ABSOLUTELY.

>> OKAY. I THINK WE'RE GOOD.

>> DO WE HAVE -- HOW DOES THIS WORK AS FAR AS ADOPTING OR

RATIFYING? >>

>> HE WILL GO AHEAD AND DEVELOP IT.

AND THEN WE WILL COME BACK TO YOU FOR FORMAL ADOPTION.

>> OKAY. >> AND NOW OUR MASTER PLAN.

THANK YOU VERY MUCH. >> GREAT SEEING YOU GUY, THANK

YOU. >> THANK YOU GUYS.

[4C. PARKS AND RECREATION MASTER PLAN]

THANK YOU. I WILL TURN THIS OVER TO CHRISTINE GARCIA. OUR PARKS AND REC DIRECTOR.

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>> GOOD EVENING. WE'RE JUST GETTING SOMEONE ON

THE PHONE. >> YOU MUST HAVE THE MAGIC TOUCH BECAUSE THE PRESENTATION IS WORKING ON MY END.

>> I'M JUST SAYING IT'S NOT ME. >>

>> IS HE ON THE PHONE? >> OKAY.

>> GOOD EVENING. SO AS YOU ALL KNOW ABOUT THE YEAR OR SO AGO WE ENGAGED IN A PROCESS OF DEVELOP THE CITY PARK AND RECREATION MASTER PLAN. THE CITY HIRED BARRY DUNNE AN INDEPENDENT PUBLIC ACCOUNTING FIRM THAT HAS MORE THAN 30 YEARS OF EXPERIENCE. BARRY DUNNE ALSO DEDICATED PARKS AND RECREATION PRACTICE WITHIN THE FIRM THAT SPECIAL IZEING IN DEVELOPING MASTER PLAN. BARRY TEAM LED BY BARBARA HELLER AND LISA PEREZ WHO NOT ONLY HAVE EXPERIENCE IN DEVELOPING THE PARKS MASTER PLAN BUT THEY THEMSELVES HAVE EXPERIENCE IN THE PARK AND REC THEMSELVES. I WOULD LIKE TO INTRODUCE LISA.

WHO IS ON THE PHONE WITH REMOTE LYE.

SHE WILL GIVE A PRESENTATION WHERE WE STARTED AND WHERE WE ARE NOW WITH THE PARK MASTER PLAN.

WHEN SHE DONE WE WILL BE ABLE TO ANSWER QUESTIONS.

. >> THANK YOU.

>> GOOD EVENING. LISA.

>> HELLO. >> HOLD ON A SECOND.

>> CAN YOU HEAR US? >> THERE YOU GO.

NOW LISA, IF YOU MAY, WE CAN HEAR YOU.

NOW. I'M JUST NOW SEEING THE FIRST SLIDE UP. THAT'S WHERE I AM.

MY APOLOGIES. I WILL JUST I THINK I HEARD WHAT CHRISTINE SAID. SHE INTRODUCED ME AND THE TEAM THAT WE HAD TO DO THE MAP.

THEY ARE ONE OF THE MOST PLEASURABLE PEOPLE WE WORKED.

OVERVIEW. THAT SLIDE IS UP THERE NOW.

STAKEHOLDERS WHICH INVOLVED A WHOLE HOST OF PEOPLE WHO HAD KNOWLEDGE OF CUSTOMER RELATIONS.

ALL OF THE ASSETS AND OPPORTUNITIES IN PARKLAND.

ANALYZE THOSE RESULTS CREATING

>> I THINK YOU CAN GO TO THE NEXT SLIDE.

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OKAY. -- THE ISSUE OF GROWTH CAME UP MANY TIMES.

WE KNOW THAT'S CERTAINLY AN ISSUE.

THAT'S A BIG ISSUE AS WELL. PARTNERSHIP PRIVATE AND NONPRIVATE ENTITIES.

ON THAT.

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ASSESSMENTS.

IT'S REALLY IMPORTANT TO COMMUNITY AND FOR VIABILITY.

THE LEVEL OF SERVICE ANALYSIS FOR THE OUTDOOR FATHER BENCHMARK AND AS YOU CAN SEE THE TOP ONES THERE I LISTED.

THERE WAS A PLANNING MEETING. THE PROVIDE SPECIAL EVENTS

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I KNOW THERE'S A LOT OF QUESTIONS YOU MAY HAVE.

I'M HAPPY TO ANSWER ANY OF THEM. I WILL TURN THAT OVER TO YOU NOW. I HOPE YOU COULD HEAR ME.

IT'S HARD FOR ME HEAR WHAT YOU WERE SAYING.

>> WE APPRECIATE IT. THANK YOU VERY MUCH.

COMMISSIONER CUTLER. >> THANK YOU, MAYOR.

THANK YOU FOR YOUR PRESENTATION. THAT WAS VERY GOOD.

AND THE BOOKLET IS PRETTY AMAZING WITH ALL THE THINGS THAT YOU PUT TOGETHER ON IT. THERE WERE A COUPLE OF ITEMS ON THERE THAT I DIDN'T SEE ON THERE THAT I WOULD REALLY IF THIS IS GOING TO BE OUR MASTER PLAN FOR THE FUTURE IN REGARD TO THE PARKS. I WANTED TO DRAW YOUR ATTENTION TO ARCHAEOLOGICAL SIGHT THAT YOU HAVE ON CHAPTER 3 PAGE 41.

YOU HAVE RECOMMENDATION THERE BASICALLY FOR ACCESSIBILITY TERMTIVE SIGNAGE. WE HAD A PRESENTATION HERE BEFORE THE COMMISION ON OCTOBER 21ST, 2015 WHICH PARKLAND HISTORICAL SOCIETY PRESENTED ITS FUTURE HOPES FOR THE SITE WITH THE BUILDING OF BOARDWALK WITH EDUCATIONAL PLACARD AND OTHER INFORMATION ABOUT THE SITE AND THE ANCESTORS THAT LIVED IN THIS AREA LONG BEFORE PARKLAND WAS EVER EVEN CONSIDERED.

IN ADDITION, THE AREA USED TO BE AUXILIARY FIRE STATION.

IT HAD FLATTENED ASPHALT AREA THERE THAT COULD ACCOMMODATE A SINGLE STORY BUILDING OR PERHAPS EVEN TWO HER STORY BUILDING FOR POTENTIALLY MUSEUM PURPOSES OR SOMETHING LIKE THAT.

IN TERMS OF SOME LONG-TERM VISION FOR MASTER PARKS PLAN, I THINK THAT WOULD BE REAL OPPORTUNITY FOR US TO HAVE THAT AS A POTENTIAL. AND SO YOU KNOW, I DON'T KNOW WHETHER IT'S TOO LATE TO INCORPORATE THESE IDEAS OR THOUGHTS INTO THE PROCESS. I DO REMEMBER WHEN YOU CAME AND TALKS TO US THAT WAS ONE OF THE THINGS THAT WE OR AT LEAST I BROUGHT FORWARD. I DON'T SIGH IT IN HERE.

MY QUESTION ISES THAT CONSIDERED AND DROPPED FOR A PARTICULAR REASON. OR IS IT SOMETHING THAT WE CAN

ADD IN. >> THANKS MR. CUTLER.

>> WE HAVE MADE RECOMMENDATION THAT WERE BASED ON ASSESSMENT OF PRIORITY. WHILE WE UNDERSTAND -- TO THAT WITH WAS AN IMPORTANT THING. WE DID ACKNOWLEDGE THAT THEY NEEDED TO BE ADDRESSED WHICH DID NOT HEAR FROM THE COMMUNITY.

ANY PRESSING NEED. CERTAINLY IT WOULD BE HAPPY IF THEY WANTED TO MODIFY THIS AND TIME ANOTHER LOOK AT THE

DOCUMENTS. >> AND THEN SECONDARY TO THAT, THE OTHER QUESTION I HAD IS THESE ARE MORE HIGH-LEVEL THING THAT WERE A FEW THINGS THAT I SAW THAT I THOUGHT SHOULD BE ADDED IN FOR EXAMPLE AT THE COVERED BRIDGE PARK THERE ARE NO BENCH OR ANYTHING LIKE THAT. THERE'S NO PAVING FROM THE WALKWAY AREA TO THE ACTUAL BRIDGE ENTRANCE WAY.

YOU HAVE TO BASICALLY WALK ACROSS THE GRASS.

I DON'T KNOW IF THOSE ARE SORT OF LOWER LEVEL VIEWS OF WHAT IS GOING TO BE DONE TO TWEAK SOME OF THESE PARKS OR WHETHER THAT SHOULD BE INCORPORATED INTO THIS.

THE LAST THING WE HAVE AROUND THE CITY PORTALS THAT HAVE BEEN PUT IN HISTORIC PERSPECTIVE ON DIFFERENT ASPECT OF THINGSTO TO TIE IN TO THE BIKE TRAIL SYSTEM OR SIGNAGE SYSTEM THAT YOU MENTIONED. I THINK MAPPING OF THAT AND THE VARIOUS BIKE WAYS THAT WE HAVE IN THE CITY WOULD BE A VERY IMPORTANT PART OF MASTER PARKS PLAN.

>> LISA, IF I MAY. I THINK THIS PLAN -- PIGGYBACK

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ON WHAT COMMISSIONER CUTLER IS SAYING.

A HIGH-LEVEL OVERVIEW OF OUR PARKS AND WHAT RESIDENT ASK FOR.

THIS GIVES US AN OPPORTUNITY TO START SOMEWHERE.

IT'S YOU KNOW IF WE DECIDE TO DO 36-ACRE PARK.

HERE'S SOMEWHERE TO START. DOESN'T MEAN WE NEED TO DO A THEME OR WHATEVER OR CONCESSION STAND.

IT JUST GIVES US A STARTING POINT.

AND THAT'S WHAT THE COMMISSION WOULD DO IF WE DECIDE TO DO 36-ACRE PARK IS KIND OF NARROW IT DOWN.

AND PICK THIS, PICK THAT. DECIDE WE NEED THIS HERE.

BUT AT LEAST WE HAVE THIS YOU KNOW THIS SURVEY HERE WHICH GIVES US THAT SAME WITH -- IT ADDED THE INTERPRETIVE SIGNS.

THAT'S IMPORTANT. BUT IF WE WANT TO GET IN MORE DETAIL AT A LATER KATE. THAT WOULD BE SOMETHING WE WOULD HAVE THE OPPORTUNITY TO DO IF WE DECIDE THAT IS PARK OR THAT'S SOMETHING WE NEED TO DO. THAT'S KIND OF HOW I UNDERSTAND THIS PARK MASTER PLAN. IT'S NOT ADOPTING THIS TODAY.

IT DOESN'T MEAN WE NEED TO FOLLOW THESE RECOMMENDATIONS.

IT JUST MEANS AS AN OVERALL GUIDE THIS KIND OF PUTS US IN THE RIGHT PLACE GIVE US US THE RIGHT DIRECTION.

AS WE MOVE FORWARD AND DECIDE TO DO SOME OF THE PROJECTS, WE HAVE A STARTING POINT. AM I UNDERSTANDING THAT

CORRECTLY? >> YES, YES MAYOR YORKS YOU ARE.

>> I CAN ANSWER THAT. WHAT I WILL SAY PARTICULARLY WHAT LIKE YOURSELF WILL DO AND AS WE HAVE DONE IN THE PAST IS TO CREATE A STRATEGIC PLAN THAT TIED SOME MEASUREMENTS AND SOME PRIORITIZES ELEMENT OF THE MASTER PLAN INTO ACTION ITEMS. AND I KNOW YOU ALREADY HAVE A STRATEGIC PLAN DEVELOPED WHICH

WOULD FURTHER INFORM AND UPDATE. >> IN ADDITION TO IT.

YOU CAN CHIME IN TOO. ONE OF THE THINGS THAT SPEAK ABOUT IS HOW AS THE CITY CONTINUES TO GROW YEAR AFTER YEAR EVEN THOUGH WE DID PROJECTION FOR MANY YEARS IN THE FUTURE. IT'S A LIVING DOCUMENT.

WE WANT TO DUST IT OFF AND SEE EVERY YEAR.

MAYBE EVEN REVAMP IT EVERY FIVE YEARS.

IT COULD CHANGE. >> WE DON'T KNOW WHAT ORDER WE MAY WANT TO GO IN. OUR NEEDS COULD CHANGE.

IT GIVE A BAY LINE. 17 YEARS?

>> THIS 17-YEAR PLAN. WHAT'S THE SIGNIFICANCE OF 17-YEAR. THAT'S THE -- RIGHT NOW

PROJECTED BUILD OUT. >> MEANING THAT IT'S CONTEMPLATED IT WILL TAKE 17 YEARS TO ACCOMPLISH ALL THESE

RECOMMENDATIONS? >> NO.

NO. >> AGAIN THAT GOES BACK TO WHAT WE ULTIMATELY DECIDE TO DO. YOU KNOW 36-ACRE PARK CALLS FOR PLAYGROUND OR WHATEVER. WHEN WE DECIDE TO BUILD THIS PARK WHETHER IT'S NEXT YEAR OR TWO YEARS WHATEVER.

WE MAY DECIDE TO DO MORE. IT BRINGS OUR BUDGET FURTHER.

THIS PLAN COULD BE 50 YEARS. NOT THAT WE WOULD FOLLOW IT FOR 50 YEARS. I KIND OF DEPENDS ON OUR BUDGET.

IF OUR REVENUE DROPPED WE MIGHT NOT BE ABLE TO DO AS MUCH AS WE WANT THE DO IF THEY HIGHER WE MAY HAVE MORE FUNDS WHERE WE CAN DO SOME PROJECT FASTER. AGAIN THIS KIND OF JUST GIVES US. THIS ISN'T ANYTHING WE NEED TO FOLLOW. THE REASON FOR MY QUESTION BECAUSE OBVIOUSLY WE'RE TRYING TO BASE THIS OFF OF FUTURE NEEDS. RIGHT?

>> I'M WONDERING 17-YEAR HAS SIGNIFICANT ANALYZING WHAT THE POTENTIAL GROWTH AND POPULATION WILL BE WITHIN THE 17-YEAR

FRAME. >> YES.

THIS DID INCORPORATE PROJECTED POPULATION.

MY QUESTION WHY -- WHAT IS SIGNIFICANT ABOUT THE 17-YEAR NUMBER. THAT'S OUR FUTURE BUILD OUT

PROJECTION; CORRECT? >> I THINK COMMISSIONER ISRAEL

SAID WHY DIDN'T WE USE 15 OR 20? >> IS --

>> IS THERE A SIGNIFICANCE TO 17?

>>

>> COMMISSIONER ISRAEL IS ASKING A QUESTION.

THIS GOES OUT 17 YEARS. IS THERE A SIGNIFICANCE TO THE NUMBER THAT YOU USE TO GO OUT IN TIME.

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IS THAT PROJECTION AS FAR AS OUR ULTIMATE POPULATION GROWTH, WE'LL CAP AT THAT POINT. AGAIN, PROJECTIONS.

WE UNDERSTAND. JUST CURIOUS WHERE THAT NUMBER CAME FROM? .

IT'S INTERESTING. I WAS THE PERSON WHO INTERVIEWED. AND WE INTERVIEWED AS PART OF PANEL. THAT'S ONE OF THE QUESTIONS WE ASKED. BECAUSE SUCH AN ODD NUMBER OF YEARS. ITS PART OF THE PROPOSAL NARRATIVE WAS THAT IT WAS -- TIED TO I BELIEVE A PLAN THAT WAS ALREADY ESTABLISHED WITHIN THE CITY.

>> IT'S AN ODD NUMBER OF YEARS. I WOULDN'T GET SO BOGGED DOWN IN THE YEARS. PAUSE BARKLAND IS SUCH A CHANGING COMMUNITY. THIS PLAN IS GOING TO PROVIDE A FRAMEWORK FOR FUTURE GROWTH AND DEVELOPMENT.

AND I WOULD ALSO SAY THAT YOU KNOW WHEN WE STARTED THIS PLAN THIS PROJECT LAST YEAR. IN AUGUST.

YOU COULD NEVER HAVE PERCEIVED THE WORLD AS IT STANDS TODAY.

THINGS HAVE CHANGED DRAMATICALLY.

THE PLAN THAT WE CREATED AND THAT YOU'VE READ WE'LL HAVE SOME CHANGES THAT WILL BE PART OF THE SYSTEM BY WHICH WE FALL UNDER NOW. YOUR BUDGET CERTAINLY HAS CHANGED. THE CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS AND I'M SURE HAS CHANGED. THERE'S A DIFFERENT.

IT'S SUPPOSED TO BE A LIVING BREATHING DOCUMENT AND FRAMEWORK THAT WILL PROVIDE STRUCTURE INFORM INCREMENT@STRATEGIC PLANS

ALONG THE WAY. >> SOUNDS LIKE WE GAVE DIRECTION TO LISA AS 17 YEARS BASED ON WHAT WE ANTICIPATED TO BE THE

FUTURE BUILD OUT OF THE CITY. >> CORRECT.

THAT'S WHERIST GOING TO SAY. WE DEVELOPED THE SCOPE.

THAT'S OUR TIME FRAME BASED UPON OUR DEVELOPMENT OUR GROWTH AND OUR COMMUNITIES AND WHAT THE CITY HAS PROJECTED.

AS FAR AS POPULATION NUMBERS. AND THEN LOOKING AT THE DEMOGRAPHICS OF THOSE COMMUNITIES AND WHAT THOSE NEEDS MAY BE. BUT THOSE ARE JUST ALL PROJECTIONS. YEAH.

FIVE YEARS THOSE PROJECTIONS MAY CHANGE 17 YEARS OUT FROM NOW.

>> THAT'S MY WHOLE POINT. >> THERE HAS TO BE CONTINGENCY

PLAN. >> IT'S JUST A FRAMEWORK TO GIVE US -- YOU KNOW FOR THOSE OF US DIDN'T KNOW ABOUT SOME OF THE OTHER PARKS IT GIVES YOU AN OPPORTUNITY TO SEE WHAT'S OUT THERE. THIS IS NICE DOCUMENT FOR RESIDENTS TO SEE. THIS ALL PUBLIC RECORDS.

THAT'S MY SECOND QUESTION. IS THIS SOMETHING THAT WILL COME UP FOR PUBLIC COMMENT FIRST ALLOWING THE RESIDENT TO HAVE AN

OPPORTUNITY? >> THEY WILL BE ABLE TO COMMENT ON THIS. WE'RE JUST ADOPTING OR PROPOSING TO ADOPT THIS PARTICULAR PLAN. NOTHING IS SET IN STONE.

WE'RE NOT SPENDING ANY MONEY. WE'RE NOT BUILDING ANY PARKS.

ALL WE'RE DOING SAYING THIS FRAMEWORK LOOKS GOOD.

AND YOU KNOW LET'S GO WITH IT. AND COME APRIL IN OUR STRATEGIC PLANNING, WHAT WE DECIDE TO DO AT THAT TIME.

IT'S OFF THIS BOOK. YOU KNOW AGAIN WE HAVE A BENCHMARK TO START WITH. STRATEGIC PLAN WILL SAY WHAT'S GOING TO HAPPEN. WHETHER IT'S ONE THINGS.

TWO THINGS. TEN THINGS, WHATEVER.

>> COMMISSIONER, VICE MAYOR MAYERSOHN, FIRST OF ALL I WANT TO SAY THIS IS AMAZING. SINCE EYE BEEN A COMMISSIONER.

THIS IS TO ME THE MOST COMPREHENSIVE DOCUMENT EYE SEEN PUT TOGETHER. THIS IS FANTASTIC.

>> THE CONNECTION BETWEEN THE SIX-ACRE WOOD PARK AND THE COVERED BRIDGE THAT'S THE LYNNIAR PATHWAY.

I KNOW WE TALKED ABOUT WHETHER TO REMOVE THE INVASIVE, REPLACE INVASION DO NOT OR WHATEVER IT IS.

MAYBE PUT THAT AGAIN SOMEWHERE IN WHETHER IT'S YOU KNOW MIDTERM PLANNING OR LONG-TERM PLANNING MAY BE A RECOMMENDATION.

>> THESE ARE THINGS THAT WE CAN MAKE SURE WE MAKE NOTE OF STRATEGIC PLANNING THAT YOU KNOW CAN BROUGHT UP ABOUT THE MUSEUM.

THE SIGNS AND WHAT HAVE YOU. AS LONG AS WE MAKE NOTE TO BRING

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THESE THINGS UP. THAT'S WHAT THESE ARE FOR.

THEY ARE MORE DISCUSSION ITEMS. THIS GREAT DOCUMENT FOR RESIDENTS TO SEE. BECAUSE I BET YOU 90% OF THE RESIDENT HAVE NO IDEA THAT THE DEPTH OUR.

95. >> I DOES GIVE THEM AN OPPORTUNITY TO SEE OUR PARK SYSTEM AND TRAIL SYSTEM WHICH VICE MAYOR WAS TALKING ABOUT. IT'S MUCH BROGDER THAN WHAT

PEOPLE REALIZE. >> THE OTHER THING THEY WOULD LIKE TO SEE. I KNOW THIS IS NOT PART OF THIS.

THIS WAS DISCUSSION ITEMS IN IT. IS KIND OF PARALLEL TO THIS IS CALL IT A PARKS MAINTENANCE PLAN.

THERE WAS SOME CONVERSATION REGARDING IF WE DO A THERE MAY NEED TO BE MORE STAFF OR MORE MAINTENANCE COST.

AND OTHER THINGS EVEN IN CONCERT AS WE ARE GROWING.

BUT JUST TO SEE WHAT THOSE ARE. SO THIS WAY STRIKE PLANNING IF WE NEED TO HIRE FIVE MORE PUBLIC WORKS GUYS TO CLEAN THE FIELD

AND LINE THE FIELDS. >> THAT'S A GREAT DISCUSSION.

YES. AND PART OF OUR TASK FORCE STRATEGIC PLANNING IS TO GIVE YOU THE SUPPORTING DOCUMENT WHEN WE PRESENT AN ACTION ITEM TO MOVE FORWARD.

THAT WOULD INCLUDE IN DEPTH ASSESSMENT OF THE TOTAL COST.

LIT EFFECT THAT OPERATING BUDGET.

THAT WILL DEFINITELY BE PROVIDED ONCE WE GET THAT DIRECTION.

>> I DON'T WANT TO CUT ANYONE OFF.

WE'RE CLOSE ON TIME. EVERYBODY GOOD WITH THIS PLAN?

>> WE'RE GOOD. >> AGAIN I JUST WANT TO ECHO WHAT VICE MAYOR MAYERSOHN SAID. THIS WAS DONE AMAZING.

IT'S A GREAT DOCUMENT. I APPRECIATE EVERYTHING YOU DID.

WELL DONE. >> I THINK WE'RE GOOD LISA.

I APPRECIATE EVERYTHING. AND I'M GOING TO HANG UP ON YOU.

>> THANK YOU. PLEASURE TO BE PART OF THE

MEETING. >> BYE-BYE.

THAT'S IT. MOTION TO ADJOURN.

>> SO MOVED. >> SECOND.

WE WILL SEE YOU GUYS IN 13 MINUTES.

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