|Jan. 9, 2018 @ 7:00 PM at the The Prince of Peace Lutheran Church
|Apr. 13, 2004 Meeting Minute
|North Indian Trail Neighborhood Council
Meeting Minutes for
April 13th, 2004
Welcome and Introductions, by Glenn Hall
Glenn Hall (GH) welcomed everyone to the meeting. GH announced that we have representatives from the City Planning Department at tonightís meeting as our guest speaker.
GH also made the following announcements:
- Free CPR classes are being held at the Fire Department by Pacific Park. The classes run about 3 hours long, and to contact the Fire Department for times.
- Our next meeting will be on May 11th at 7pm.
Treasurerís Report, by Scott Barrick
The March 9th 2004 Treasurerís Report is:
Beginning Balance: $ 1355.01
Income: $ 50.50
Expenses: $ (94.17)
Ending Balance $ 1311.34
Scott Barrick (SB) mentioned that $78 dollars was spent on renewing our copy account at PostNet.
SB also asked for volunteers to help out with the yard sale and that anyone interested can sign-up at the table following the meeting. SB described some of the areas that we need help in and that in doesnít require a lot of time for most people. SB also reminded everyone of when the
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 which is now on draft number 12. JS also let people know that he responded to the letter to the editor in the Spokesman Review concerning crime activity on the weekend in our neighborhood and that the police are aware of our concerns from the Deputy Chief on down.
Neighborhood Cleanup Report, by Chuck Moser
Chuck Moser (CM) discussed our curbside pickup this year would be held on June 15th for neighbors living in the Pacific Park and Sundance areas and June 16th for neighbors living in the Woodridge area. Any money left over would be issued as dump passes later in the year. CM mentioned to have your garbage out by the curb no later than 7am on the day of your pick-up and that in should be in some kind of package. The best thing to use would be your garbage can or greens container. You can also use sacks or boxes. The only limitation on what can be picked up, is it has to be light enough for a single person to pick-up. Therefore, no refrigerators, ovens, or couches. You can put out up to 2 old tires though. Any tree limbs need to be no longer than 6ft in length and smaller than a 3 inch diameter. No hazardous waste or dirt will be picked-up.
Land Use Update, by Cheryl Fleming
Cheryl Fleming (CF) talked about the Neighborhood Planning committees work on the Neighborhood specific plan. They are currently on their first draft and despite some setbacks they are moving forward with it. The Planning committee meets every Tuesday from 6:30-8pm at the North Indian Trial Library.
Guest Speaker for RSVP (Retired Senior Volunteer Program), by CW
CW is the project coordinator for the RSVP program and wanted to inform people of the upcoming Spring House Greening day on April 24th. RSVP is helping to sponsor a Household Hazardous Waste Pick-Up for Seniors & Physically Challenged Citizens on Saturday April 24th, 2004. To arrange for a free pickup, call the Household Hazardous Waste Hotline at 532-7645 and have your waste on your porch by 8am the morning of the pickup.
CW also played a video about the program and what RSVP does. CW also mentioned they are looking for volunteers who are 55 and older to help collect household hazardous waste for our seniors and physically challenged citizens. Interested parties can call 344-7787 ext. 162.
Storm Drainage Improvements In Shawnee Basin, by Steve Hansen
Steve Hansen (SH) discussed the Cityís clean up and flow control management proposal along the Shawnee basin by Woodridge Elementary school. The project will run from Jun 15th thru August 15th, with 30 working days. The project is only being designed to handle major events like rain on snow or rain on frozen ground. This project is designed to prevent this major events from flooding parts of Shawnee and Arrowhead. These events usually occur once every 7 years or so. This project will not prevent small intersection flooding and was based on regression and historical data.
The project will consist of improving two drainage ponds and laying of new pipes. The project was and is not being designed to take on additional water run-off from 5-mile Prairie. For more information you can contact SH at 625-6304.
Neighborhood Feedback/Questions, By Glenn Hall
Glenn Hall (GH) fielded questions from the floor regarding neighborhood concerns.
Meeting attendance was 74 people.
Next meeting is scheduled for May 11th, 2004.