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City Council Meeting
Monday, April 13, 2009 - 7:30pm
JOINT CITY COUNCIL/BOARD OF DIRECTORS
CITY OF BRISBANE/BRISBANE PUBLIC FINANCE AUTHORITY/
GUADALUPE VALLEY MUNICIPAL IMPROVEMENT DISTRICT/
REDEVELOPMENT AGENCY/SPECIAL CITY COUNCIL MEETING
Monday, APRIL 13, 2009
Brisbane Community Meeting Room, City Hall, 50 Park Place, Brisbane
I. 7:30 p.m. CALL TO ORDER
II. ROLL CALL
III. PRESENTATION – Baylands Public Space Planning Update
Peter Dangermond, President of the Dangermond Group will present the results of the City’s Baylands Public Space planning program to date for the City Council’s consideration. The Council will provide feedback and direction to facilitate completion of the draft Baylands Public Space Plan.
Attachments: Agenda Report | Public Space at the Baylands Report | Map | 1/26/09 Council Minutes | 2/4/09 Parks Beaches and Recreation Minutes | 2/5/09 Planning Commission Minutes | 2/11/09 Open Space and Ecology Committee Minutes | 2/18/09 Parks Beaches and Recreation Minutes
IV. COUNCIL INPUT
Beginning on page three of the report entitled “Public Space at the Baylands – Observations and Recommendations” there are recommendations under the following categories:
1. Habitat Enhancement/Open Space
2. Recreational/Public Space use Areas
3. Public/Private Space Use Areas
6. Additional Elements
7. Governance, Economics, Operations and Maintenance
Council is requested to review each of these recommendations and provide input on items they agree, disagree or desire additional information on.
(As a precursor to the selection of a community alternative for the Baylands Specific Plan to be studied in the upcoming draft EIR, the City hired The Dangermond Group (TDG) in late 2008 to prepare a public space plan for the Baylands. TDG has subsequently participated in a City Council workshop in January 2009, reviewed relevant materials generated through the extensive Baylands community process to date, held workshops with the Planning Commission, Parks, Beaches and Recreation Commission, and Open Space and Ecology Committee, and met with various stakeholder groups. Their preliminary observations and recommendations, including a draft public space map, will be presented at this meeting.)
IV. PUBLIC INPUT