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MINUTES OF MEETING OF AUGUST 7,2007 <br />� r � <br />PRESENT: Brodt Lenz, Johnson, Karnrath, Kruzel, Pederson, Ristow, Stark, Willmus <br />ABSENT: <br />STAFF: Brokke, Anfang, <br />1. INTRODUCTIONS/ROLL CALL/PUBLIC COMMENT <br />No public comment <br />2. APPROVAL OF MINUTES —JUNE 5, 2007 MEETING <br />Commission Recommendation: Correct the spelling of Sarah's name throughout the document (add the "h") <br />Minutes approved unanimously with the above mentioned changes. <br />Brokke announced that Matt Hiber has been appointed the new Parks & Recreation Commissioner. <br />Ben Kendall was in attendance for tonight's meeting as a potential future youth commissioner. Ben is in the <br />11`x' grade at RAHS. <br />3. PARK DEDICATION FOR UNITED PROPERTIES PROPOSED DEVELOPMENT NEAR <br />LANGTON LAKE PARK <br />John Winston, an attorney for the Partridge Family (property owners) in attendance with members of the <br />Partridge Family. <br />Mr. Winston spoke on the perception that the park dedication fee and/or land dedication will be coming from <br />the developer when, based on Mr. Winston's presentation, the dedication is the responsibility of the family. <br />The family is questioning the recommended Park Dedication Fee referencing the addition of the roadway, <br />pathway and other land uses associated with the project. Mr. Winston asked the commission to consider <br />waving the Park Dedication Fee on this project based on the other public use improvements that will be made <br />to the property. <br />Commission Recommendation: <br />Motion by Willmus, second by Kamrath. <br />Commission recommends to the Council that the City accept the $2000 per unit park dedication fee for the <br />United Properties development. <br />Commission discussion followed. <br />Pederson asked for background information on the park dedication process. <br />Brokke explained that it is not the place of the Commission to wave the fee or deviate from policy, that <br />responsibility lies with the City Council. <br />Winston responded that the family would be remiss if they did not bring this request to the Commission's <br />attention. <br />Motion passed unanimously <br />4. REVIEW/FOLLOW UP TO JOINT CITY COUNCIL/PARKS AND RECREATION COMMISSION <br />MEETING <br />Johnson and Willmus briefed the commission in their discussions and communications with the Council. <br />Ristow spoke on the potential benefits of the supplemental sales tax. <br />OVER <br />