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|May. 11, 2004 Meeting Minute
|North Indian Trail Neighborhood Council
Meeting Minutes for
May 11th, 2004
Welcome and Introductions, by Glenn Hall
Glenn Hall (GH) welcomed everyone to the meeting. GH announced that we have representatives from the STA at tonightís meeting as our guest speaker.
GH also made the following announcements:
- Road construction on Indian Trail is scheduled to begin in June.
- Our next meeting will be on September 7th at 7pm.
Treasurerís Report, by Scott Barrick
The March 9th 2004 Treasurerís Report is:
Beginning Balance: $ 1311.34
Income: $ 43.00
Expenses: $ (0.00)
Ending Balance $ 1354.34
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 Yard Sale would occur.
Neighborhood Cleanup Report, by Scott Barrick
Scott Barrick (SB) 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. SB 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. CF also mentioned that the city is being asked to extended the Shopping Center boundaries which include a 10 year property tax excemption to some of the bordering developments. This would allow developers and whoever buys their homes/apartments to not have to pay property taxes for 10 years. The Planning committee doesnít want this to occur, but the final decision has not been made the City Council. Maps of the proposed expansion can be seen at the library.
The Planning committee meets every Tuesday from 6:30-8pm at the North Indian Trial Library.
STA Presentation, by Molly Myers
Ms. Lamb and Ms. Myers gave a presentation on the current state of affairs for the STA and some of the problems they are facing. The most serious problem is the budget which was severely affected by the approval of I-695, which caused the STA to lose 40% of their budget. They discussed the various proposals the STA is considering to adjust the budget accordingly, including possible service cuts.
Ms. Myers than took questions from the audience.
Neighborhood Feedback/Questions, By Glenn Hall
Glenn Hall (GH) fielded questions from the floor regarding neighborhood concerns.
Meeting attendance was 55 people.
Next meeting is scheduled for September 7th, 2004.