Board of Parks and Recreation
Regular Board Meeting
Monday, June 10, 2002 at 7:00 pm

AGENDA

A recording of the Agenda is available at 604-257-8507.

APPROVAL OF MINUTES
  1. Minutes of the regular meeting of the Board held on Monday, May 27, 2002 .
CHAIR'S REPORT
  1. City Council Report
DELEGATIONS

Presentation:
Al Wagner, Chair, Karla Mebs, Executive Director and Teri Thorson, Project Co-ordinator from the B.C. Rehabilitation Foundation will present a cheque for the Beaver Lake Interpretive Trail

STAFF REPORTS
  1. Harbour Green Cafe - Award of Contract
    Staff report dated May 29, 2002 recommending that the Board approve recommendations A to E.
  2. Heather Park Dog Off-leash Designation
    Staff report dated May 23, 2002 recommending that the dog off-leash designation be removed from Heather Park
    Appendix 1 - Feedback Summary
  3. Strathcona Community Garden - Proposed New Building
    Staff report dated May 29, 2002 recommending that the Board approve recommendations A and B.
  4. 2002 New and Non-Recurring Budget
    Staff report dated May 28, 2002 recommending that the Board approve the 2002 New and Non-Recurring (NNR) Budget in the amount of $600,000, as outlined in Appendix I
  5. Teaswamp Park Design and Community Garden
    Staff report dated May 29, 2002 recommending that the Board approve recommendations A to C.Policy
    Plans: 1  2  3  4
  6. Musqueam Park - Statutory Right of Way for Crown Street "Special Environmental Treatment" Project
    Staff report dated May 30, 2002 recommending that the Board approve recommendations A to C.
NOTICE OF MOTION

The following notice of motion was put forward by Commissioner De Genova:

A. THAT the Board reconsider its decision of Monday, June 11, 2001 on the resolution relating to withdrawing the dog off leash privileges at Heather Park and;

B. THAT the Board consider the staff report dated May 23, 2002 on this matter.

The following notice of motion was put forward by Commissioner Cassells at the meeting of the Board on Monday, May 27, 2002:

THAT the Board direct our legal staff to prepare, for our consideration, an improved version of the current parks by-law pertaining to cetaceans so that the new version would close a loophole for the Vancouver Aquarium to acquire cetaceans for display purposes through the misuse of the current by-law which permits capture of wild cetaceans for the purpose of rehabilitation.

ENQUIRIES, OTHER MATTERS AND NEW BUSINESS

 

NEXT REGULAR MEETING: Monday, June 24, 2002 at 7:00 pm

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