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Park Board Meeting
January 20, 2011
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DATE: January 20, 2011
TIME: 4:00 p.m.
PLACE: Commission Chambers, Collinsville City Hall
106 N. 12th Street

Notice and agenda filed in the office of the City Clerk and posted at City Hall at 4:00 p.m. on Tuesday January 18, 2011.
Angela McGinnis, City Clerk


1. Call to Order

2. Flag Salute

3. Roll Call:

Larry Shafer _____present
Pam Webb _____present
Ted Wright _____present
Rusty Poindexter _____absent

4. Discussion and possible action to appoint Chairman of Park Board. -- Approved, Larry Shafer as chairman.

5. Discussion and possible approval of master plan for revised location of maintenance building. -- Approved, with the new future site closer to the potential future community center (rather than on the east side of the park as in the Jan 13th drawing). With the plan to be considered next by the city commission Jan 24th. A potential location for a sand volleyball court was also discussed but not finalized.

6. Discussion and possible approval of Land & Water Conservation Fund grant application areas including shelters, trail connection and parking in the Spray Pad/Playground area. -- Approved, two new picnic shelters and additional landscaping near the new splash pad & playground equipment, a trail connection to parking near the tennis courts, and additional parking on the north side of the park road near the basketball court. Will next be considered by the city commission for 50% city match for 50% grant.

7. Discussion and possible approval of Recreation Trails grant application areas to include trail around proposed pond/wetland area. -- Approved, an 8-foot cement trail around a potential pond on the east side of the park will be presented in a grant application being prepared by LandPlan Consultants which is due before the end of Jan.2011. Will next be considered by the city commission for the city's 20% match for an 80% grant. This version of the plan drops a bridge over the creek and possible connection to another path to keep costs within original estimates.

8. Adjournment

Ted Wright comments in purple

Master Plan Changes: Maintenance Building, Mod Trail Path In Grants, Delay Some Parking

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