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|Feb. 20, 2004 Meeting Minute
|North Indian Trail Neighborhood Council
Meeting Minutes for
February 10th, 2004
Welcome and Introductions, by Glenn Hall
Glenn Hall (GH) welcomed everyone to the meeting. GH announced that we have three representatives from the City at tonightís meeting as our guest speakers. GH than took a poll of the members to see which methods of communicating the meeting times is most effective. No new methods were suggested and no thought we should abandon any current methods.
GH also made the following announcements:
- At the next meeting we will have the Cops Northwest Officer attending to discuss various crime related topics with our members and what they can do to help.
- Our next meeting will be on March 9th at 7pm.
- Asked people to begin thinking of possibly serving as an elected officer as we will have new officer elections in October, and not all the current officers will be running for reelection.
Treasurerís Report, by Scott Barrick
The February 10th 2004 Treasurerís Report is:
Beginning Balance: $ 1410.13
Income: $ 42.00
Expenses: $ (44.44)
Ending Balance $ 1407.69
Scott Barrick (SB) also asked for a vote on whether the Neighborhood Council should hold a Neighborhood wide yard sale again this summer.
The members voted in favor of holding another yard sale in June.
SB asked for a vote to donate $100 to the Prince of Peace Church for letting us use their facilities for all of our meetings to be given in March.
The members voted in favor of giving the Church the donation.
Indian Trail Road Work, by Rich Hanson
Rich Hanson (RH) introduced his two colleagues here with him for tonightís meeting, who are John and Andy (didnít hear last names). RH than talked about the upcoming roadwork that will be done on Indian Trail Road this summer from Francis to Kathleen. Some of the highlights of his talk include the following information:
- A meeting on March 4th with the Balboa/South Indian Trail Neighborhood Council will contain more details on the construction process and how residents along Indian Trail will be effected.
- The roadwork will be a curb-to-curb construction project, but the road will not be widened.
- The work will include removal of all the current asphalt and the addition of a new sub-base and asphalt covering.
- For 90% of the project at least 2 lanes (one in each direction) will remain open.
- The work will be digging up Ĺ the road at a time.
- A rock base will be used with 6-8 inches of total asphalt covering.
- The work is scheduled to be performed from June 14th to July 25th. (45 Total days, with 30 working days).
- 1 weekend during the project, the road will be reduced to 1 lane with flaggers controlling traffic flows.
RH than took questions from the audience. The main questions concerned the stripping of the road both during and after construction and concerns about the contractor (the City will hire out the job) keeping on schedule.
Land Use Update, by Cheryl Fleming
Cheryl Fleming (CF) gave updates on a number of topics including:
- Phone numbers to call about neighborhood nuisances and how to report them.
- Public comment on Comcast Cable being taken by the City (625-6557)
- Curb side pick-up in the Spring, which we normally do in the Fall.
CF than talked about the Neighborhood Planning committees work on the Neighborhood specific plan, including a request for the Parks Department to purchase 3 parcels for open space use. These parcels are adjacent to the old dump, which is south of Pacific Park. Finally, CF discussed the need for a representative to work on our neighborhood emergency evacuation plan.
Quick Hello, by Joe Shogan
Joe Shogan (JS) attended the meeting and briefly highlighted some issues of concerning in our neighborhood including, the Stormwater Ordinance.
Neighborhood Feedback/Questions, By Glenn Hall
Glenn Hall (GH) fielded questions from the floor regarding neighborhood concerns.
Meeting attendance was 97 people.
Next meeting is scheduled for March 9th, 2004.