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2005 Minutes - Isla Vista Recreation and Park District by wuzhenguang

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									 1                           2005   APPROVED MINUTES
 2
 3
 4   THE MEETING OF JANUARY 6, 2005 WAS CALLED TO ORDER BY
 5   CHAIRPERSON LOGAN GREEN AT 6:05 P.M.
 6
 7   I. GENERAL ITEMS: Director Green encouraged public members who wished to
 8   speak during Vox Populi or agenda items to complete speaker slips.
 9
10   II. WELCOME TO ALL PRESENT: MEMBERS OF THE PUBLIC; BOARD
11   MEMBERS CONN; BURNS AND DAHLSTROM; AND STAFF MEMBERS
12   JOHNSON AND OSBORN.
13
14   III.A. ANNOUNCEMENTS: None.
15
16   III. B. VOX POPULI:
17   In light of the recent court ruling against the District in the Libertarian Party lawsuit,
18   Bruce Murdock accused the Board of Directors then in office of arrogance and
19   disregard for the law, and made the recommendation that Director Conn, as the only
20   remaining Director from that Board, resign from her position.
21
22   Roger Lagerquist expressed his lack of support for the proposed Community Center,
23   calling it contrary to “what the Park District was trying to do.” Specifically, he said
24   there had been no pressure from the community for Alzheimer’s care, and that the
25   Park District was not intended to build buildings on parkland.
26
27   Fernando Ramirez thanked Board members for their work and encouraged them to
28   “…keep it up, the parks look great!” He added that there were a lot of people who
29   support (the Park District.)
30
31   IV. ADOPT AGENDA
32   050106-01 MOTION: To adopt the agenda for January 6, 2005 as presented.
33        Conn/Dahlstrom                 4-0-0 Unanimous.
34
35   V. APPROVE MINUTES
36   050106-02 MOTION: To approve the minutes of December 2, 2004, as
37   presented.
38        Conn/Dahlstrom                 4-0-0 Unanimous.




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39   VI. REPORTS
40         A. Perfect Park Monument Implementation Committee: No meeting.
41         B. Finance Committee
42         Derek Johnson: The deadline for Finance and Personnel Committee
43         applications for public member positions is February 3 at 5:00. The first
44         Finance Committee meeting will be scheduled after appointment of public
45         members on February 3.
46         C. Community Center Task Force
47         Derek Johnson: The CCTF has not met in 8 months. A meeting is anticipated
48         in the spring to discuss the next phase of design work.
49
50   6:15 P.M.       DIRECTOR BROWN ARRIVED.
51
52           D. Representatives.
53                  1. Special Districts: No report.
54                  2. Isla Vista Master Plan: Next meeting on 1/29/05.
55                  3. 3rd District Supervisor.
56                  Derek Johnson: There has been no meeting with Brooks Firestone;
57                  however, Derek met with his assistant, Kris Miller-Fisher to tour the
58                  beach access ways. Camino Pescadero sustained damage in the recent
59                  storms.
60                  4. Safety: Next meeting on 1/10/05.
61                  5. IV Youth and Family Network
62                  Diane Conn: Hugh Otavaleo is working on a program to improve
63                  diets. Established services are ongoing. Next meeting on 1/11/05.
64                  6. IV Parks Task Force (IVAOD)
65                  Derek Johnson: Derek spoke with County Planner Jim Isaacs. Signs
66                  are being installed in County-owned parks to let people know when
67                  the County ordinance takes effect. The Foot Patrol will talk to people
68                  in the parks re the change in policy. Director Conn reported that the
69                  ordinance would be reviewed for effectiveness by the County in 6
70                  months.
71           E. Isla Vista Foot Patrol: No report (no IVFP representative present).
72   VII. GM REPORTS
73         A. General Manager's Report.
74            • Trigo-Pasado Park: 2 bids were received for concrete work (to be
75               discussed during Agenda Item XI.H). The Grounds crew will
76               complete rough grading and excavate a pit for the bouldering structure.
77               7-10 rock boulders will be installed (landscaping) once the ground is
78               dry; curb cuts are scheduled next.
79            • District Office Renovations: Complete except for landscaping. Bids
80               for steel doors were off-budget; however, the GM will request a
81               reallocation of funds for this item, in order to make restroom doors
82               ADA accessible.
83            • LAFCO Municipal Service Reviews: Angela attended a kick-off
84               meeting for MSR’s 2 weeks ago.
85
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 87
 88           B. Staff Priority List.
 89              • 1.a-b. District Office Renovations & Trigo-Pasado Park: Reports
 90                 above.
 91              • 1.c.i. Perfect Park Trimming: The County recently cut back
 92                 landscaping and removed fence outside the parking lot during their
 93                 preparations to widen the sidewalk and plant street trees. The fence
 94                 has been replaced.
 95              • 1.c.ii. Perfect Park Camping Areas: Homeless encampments may be
 96                 the source of continued problems with urination and defecation in the
 97                 park.
 98              • 1.d.     Anisq’Oyo’ Tree Trimming: The District rec’d a bid for this
 99                 work at ~$7,000. Trimming and thinning of trees will prevent trees
100                 from coming down during storms. Derek will ask the Board to
101                 reallocate funds during Agenda Item XI.B.
102           C. Financial Report.
103              • Derek will report during Agenda Item XI.B.
104           D. Consider Items for Future Agendas.
105              • Consider allocation of Prop 12 & 40 funding toward acquisition of
106                 blufftop property at 6700 Del Playa (Director Conn.)
107              • Discuss UCSB donation for 2004-2005.
108              • Consider approval of resolution to initiate District audit for FY 2004-
109                 2005.
110              • Reconsider sale of Pardall Gardens for Community Center funding.
111              • Consider grants for Prop 12 & 40 funding.
112              • Consider resignation of former Board member Fernando Ramirez in
113                 October 2004 (Craig Geyer.)
114              • Consider resolutions of appreciation for former Board members
115                 Fernando Ramirez and Harley Augustino.
116
117   VIII.A. APPEAL: WAIVER OF FEES FOR REPRODUCTIVE RIGHTS
118   RALLY
119   The GM gave a Staff report, advising the Board to consider the District’s current
120   financial situation before approving a waiver of park use fees. He also advised the
121   Board that all events should be given the same consideration to avoid allegations of
122   discrimination. Julie Mickelberry of Planned Parenthood gave a brief presentation,
123   saying that the rally was to commemorate the Supreme Court decision re Roe
124   vs.Wade and to educate people on human rights issues. Director Conn supported
125   granting the waiver, but said it should be framed in terms of educating people re
126   women’s health issues. She asked event organizers to “meet us halfway” and pay
127   part of the fees. Craig Geyer advised the District to stop granting waivers, saying it
128   was not sound in view of the District’s financial situation. He encouraged event
129   organizers to go to community organizations and ask for money. Director Green
130   agreed, adding his concern that there could possibly be a political conflict over
131   granting a waiver for this event; he advised VOX to request funding from IVCRC and
132   other organizations. The GM reported that in last year’s survey, the District was
133   found to be the only organization who provided waivers for park use fees. Director
134   Conn countered that the cities have a lot of money to put toward events that educate


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135   and entertain the public; whereas, the Park District was not able to do this and needed
136   to work in partnership with public members to present events in the parks. The GM
137   advised that if the Board approved this waiver, it would need to forego discretion
138   when granting future waivers, giving every tangential argument consideration,
139   including appeals by political groups the Board might not wish to support. Director
140   Dahlstrom said she would support the waiver in spite of financial hardships because it
141   was a small fee and she wanted the District to be a voice of support and outreach, to
142   raise awareness and educate students and community members. She said, “It’s
143   important that we act not out of fear but what we feel is right.” Director Brown said
144   he really wanted to support he waiver, but was concerned about the District’s political
145   position. “If (Legal) Counsel says this compromises us, we have to pay attention,” he
146   said. Robert Bakhaus applauded Director Brown’s position and said that if people
147   truly supported the event, they should make a donation. Director Brown, Mr.
148   Bakhaus, Mr. Geyer and a number of public members and Board members then
149   opened their pocketbooks and made donations. Much to her surprise, Ms.
150   Mickelberry collected $197, almost the full amount of fees.
151
152   050106-03 MOTION: To grant a waiver of park use fees at $200 to VOX—
153   Voices for Planned Parenthood, for their Rally for Reproductive Freedom in
154   Anisq’Oyo’ Park on Saturday, January 22, 2005 from 12:00-5:00 p.m. The
155   Board finds that the educational benefit to the community of raising awareness
156   about women’s health issues outweighs the loss of revenues to the District. The
157   park users are required to pay a deposit of $300 and fulfill all other terms and
158   conditions of the Park Use Permit.
159
160   **This motion was withdrawn.
161
162   XI.A. CPRS & CSDA CONFERENCES
163   The GM made a change in his recommendation; due to budget considerations, he
164   recommended that the Board approve enrollment for the 2005 CSDA conference, but
165   not the CPRS conference. Director Conn did not support the motion, saying that the
166   District should explore other training options.
167
168   050106-04 MOTION: To authorize the General Manager and up to 4 Board
169   members to attend the CSDA board training in 2005.
170       Brown/Dahlstrom                    4-1-0 Ayes: Brown, Burns,
171   Dahlstrom, Green. Noes: Conn.
172
173   XI.B. REALLOCATION OF FUNDS
174   Recommended reallocations in the Staff Report included 1) moving funds to Casual
175   Labor for the DP vernal pool study (Hubbard); and 2) moving the overage in van
176   funding to Park Maintenance to cover a) needed tree work at Tipi Village; and b)
177   ADA accessible restroom doors at the Teen Center, as required by the Fire Marshall.
178   In addition, the GM recommended several reallocations as shown in the motion
179   below, which were meant to build up contingency in preparation for expenses the
180   District might incur in the Libertarian lawsuit.
181
182   The GM reported that the anticipated reallocation of funds to cover salaries, etc. for
183   an Assistant Recreation Coordinator, was out of the question at this time.


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184
185   Director Conn questioned the necessity of extensive tree work in Anisq’Oyo’ Park,
186   given that the District spent a lot on tree work in AO last year. Grounds Supervisor
187   Jay Scheidemen explained that last year’s budget covered work on the oaks and
188   clearing of vegetation on the backside of the amphitheater, while this year, they are
189   trimming the alders, sycamores, willows and vegetation around the pond. Director
190   Conn expressed concern over preserving the cypress stand at Tipi Village, and asked
191   if the tree service could top the cypresses without losing the entire stand. The GM
192   replied that they would use a handsaw rather than a chainsaw whenever possible.
193
194   Craig Geyer commented that a reallocation of this size should have gone through the
195   Finance Committee; and said he would like the GM to prepare an updated summary
196   of all reallocations to date for the current fiscal year, each time a reallocation was
197   proposed. Bruce Murdock questioned the van purchase and asked if it wouldn’t be
198   more cost effective to rent one. The GM reported that the van was used extensively
199   for hikes, sports competitions, swimming lessons and field trips. He further
200   explained that for the last few years, the Park District has borrowed the IV Youth
201   Projects’ van, which is not always available. Director Conn explained that the van
202   was purchased with grant funding, which was not available for van rental.
203
204   050106-05 MOTION: To reallocate funds in the 2004-2005 fiscal budget as
205   follows:
206        4417                ($2,000.00)
207                                             6200 Casual Labor $2,000.00
208        8300/8607 Van Purch ($9,465.80)
209                                             7200 Park Maint $9,465.80
210        6100 Salaries       ($8,000.00)
211        6200 Casual Labor ($3,000.00)
212        6300 Overtime         ($500.00)
213        7510 Work Study     ($2,000.00)
214        7530 Public Notices ($1,000.00)
215        7580 Equip Rental ($1,000.00)
216                                             9798 Contingency $15,500.00
217   Conn/Dahlstrom                   5-0-0 Unanimous.
218
219   XI.C. GIS CONSULTING SERVICES
220   The General Manager reported that the new digital photo layer (aerial photo) would
221   be an extremely useful tool for mapping and tracking APN’s and tax assessment
222   properties, as well as redesigning District parks. The allocation of $2,650 would
223   cover the District’s share of the actual flight over Isla Vista to take aerial photos.
224
225   050106-06 MOTION: To approve the proposal from MNS Engineers to develop
226   a digital photo layer for the District’s GIS mapping system to improve the
227   District’s ability and efficiency to manage Reassessment District #99-01; and to
228   approve transfer of $2,650 from fund #4420 to fund #4410 for this purpose.
229         Conn/Brown                      5-0-0 Unanimous.
230
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233   XI.D. DISTRICT CREDIT CARD
234   The General Manager reported that the District wished to change credit card
235   companies because the current MBNA account with Midstate Bank had been
236   problematic; specifically, they had failed to record payments. The District proposed
237   to follow the County’s lead, who, after experiencing similar difficulties with
238   Midstate, applied for a Cal-Card/Visa with the State of California Dept. of General
239   Services/US Bank. The Cal-Card/Visa would allow the District to set up controls and
240   restrict purchases. The District has used a credit card for certain supplies and
241   recreation purchases since the auditor recommended that we close our petty cash
242   account.
243
244   050106-07 MOTION: To approve the Staff request to eliminate the MBNA
245   Credit Card and open a Visa Card account with the Cal-Card Visa Program.
246        Dahlstrom/Burns                   5-0-0 Unanimous.
247
248   XI.E. ROTATION OF OFFICERS
249   District Policy §4040.30 states that “No person may be elected Chairperson or Vice
250   Chairperson unless they have attended at least 2/3 of the Board meetings held in the
251   six months previous to the elections of officers, or, in the case of newly elected or
252   appointed directors, 2/3 of the meetings since assuming office.” The two new Board
253   members would not be eligible for election at their first attended meeting; and since
254   Director Brown just served as Chair 6 months ago, it was agreed that the officers
255   would remain stable for another 6 months; i.e., Director Green will continue as Chair
256   and Director Conn will continue as Vice-Chair until the first Board meeting in July
257   2005.
258   **There was no motion on this item.
259
260   XI.F. PERMITS FOR PERFECT PARK PARKING LOT
261   The General Manager reported that the existing CUP issued in 1988-89 called for the
262   preservation of parking spaces to be used by St. Athanasius Church, and he
263   recommended that the District co-apply with the Church for permits to allow for
264   conjunctive use of the lot. With pay & display parking, the Park District could
265   recover costs of managing and maintaining the lot.
266
267   Director Brown asked about the previous plan to turn the lot back into park space,
268   which would be funded in part by revenues from paid parking. The GM advised that
269   unless the County eliminated the CUP or granted a variance, the Park District could
270   not eliminate the parking lot.
271
272   Director Conn raised several questions regarding the co-application for permits.
273   Regarding placement of trailers, Fr. Hedges said the church was not wedded to their
274   present location, but definitely needed the rooms, which housed County Social
275   Services for Isla Vistans and classrooms. Conn asked whether it was the Park
276   District’s obligation to replace the 42 parking spaces (owned by IVRPD and used by
277   St. Athanasius) if the CUP were to be renegotiated—the GM answered that it was.
278   She wanted to know how the Park District could prohibit people from living in the
279   parking lot, and pointed out that under IVRPD ownership and Church management,
280   overnight parking and camping were not allowed, yet the Church had allowed people
281   to stay there. She cited the Church with a failure to communicate and said related


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282   issues regarding trash and human waste in Perfect Park needed to be addressed.
283   Director Conn voted against the motion, saying she was not comfortable and did not
284   feel that “issues of confidence” had been addressed.
285
286   In public comment, Craig Geyer said that camping in the lot was in conflict with the
287   existing Parking Ordinance. Roger Lagerquist said that camping should be prevented
288   in the lot and in Perfect Park. He added that he thought (chronic camper) Daniel
289   Cardenas was dangerous when off his meds. Neil Wilson asked if it was illegal to
290   sleep in the parking lot.
291
292   The GM reported that citations for camping in the parks had been repeatedly thrown
293   out of the courts, which ruled the prohibition of camping to be in violation of
294   constitutional rights. The District had met with the Commissioners and with the Head
295   of the Courts, finding the Courts reluctant to try the cases and the DA dispirited from
296   prosecuting individuals for camping. The Foot Patrol, in turn, was dispirited from
297   making citations that wouldn’t make it through the courts. Judge Anderson indicated
298   that the courts would consider violations of the Vehicular Code (infractions) for car
299   and van campers.
300
301   050106-08 MOTION: To authorize Staff to work on a co-application with Saint
302   Athanasius Church to seek an amendment to existing Conditional Use Permits,
303   in order to resolve building and parking issues at Perfect Park; and to authorize
304   Staff to seek proposals from parking and traffic engineers to develop a
305   conjunctive use parking program, to be approved by the Board of Directors
306   before submittal to the County of Santa Barbara for review and approval. Staff
307   may only move forward with seeking permits after the review and approval of a
308   joint planning agreement to modify the conditional use permit, with a
309   willingness by Saint Athanasius Church to share 50% of the traffic study and
310   permitting costs.
311         Burns/Brown                  4-1-0 Ayes: Brown, Burns, Dahlstrom,
312   Green.
313                                              Noes: Conn.
314
315   XI.G. SALE OF SURPLUS PROPERTY
316   The General Manager reported that the District purchased 18 frisbee golf baskets, but
317   only had space for 9 holes. The baskets are currently stored in the Red Barn and were
318   designed by “Steady Eddy”, the inventor of frisbee golf.
319
320   050106-09 MOTION: To declare nine Frisbee-golf baskets surplus property
321   pursuant to District Policy §3121.03; and to authorize Staff to sell them.
322        Dahlstrom/Brown                       5-0-0 Unanimous.
323
324   11. XI.H. CONTRACT FOR CONCRETE WORK AT TRIGO-PASADO
325   The GM reported that the Park District had completed the required RFP process and
326   that Lash Construction turned in the lowest bid. The GM recommended Lash
327   Construction, based upon their installation of CDS units at Isla Vista beach access
328   ways and other construction jobs in the area.
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330   050106-10 MOTION: To authorize the General Manager to enter into a contract
331   with the lowest qualified bidder, Lash Construction, to construct concrete
332   improvements as shown on Trigo-Pasado Park plan dated October 2004, prepared
333   by Archart Landscape Architects.
334         Conn/Dahlstrom                       5-0-0 Unanimous
335
336   8:55 P.M.       DIRECTOR GREEN CALLED A 10-MINUTE RECESS.
337   9:05 P.M.       DIRECTOR GREEN CALLED THE MEETING TO ORDER.
338   9:05 P.M.       MEETING MOVED INTO CLOSED SESSION
339
340   X.A. LIBERTARIAN PARTY LAWSUIT
341   The General Manager announced that the Board of Directors would soon go into
342   closed session to speak in teleconference with Legal Counsel regarding the
343   Libertarian Lawsuit. He indicated that closed session would likely last 45-90
344   minutes, and invited public members to return for open session announcements after
345   that time.
346          Craig Geyer urged the Board not to appeal the court decision. He said the
347   lawsuit had been a long and costly fight, and that the appeal would expose the District
348   to additional fees and penalties. Roger Lagerquist said that the lawsuit had been
349   “revealing”, and opined that Judge Anderle had been thoughtful in his ruling. He
350   condemned the arrogance of individual Board members in office at the time of
351   allegations, “who believe they are the public”, and said he believed it was against the
352   Brown Act for a quorum of the Board to attend committee meetings, “even if they
353   didn’t get together.” He called for the resignation of Director Conn, the only Board
354   member from the time of allegations still remaining in office.
355
356   XII. CLOSED SESSION
357   Director Green announced that the following agenda item would be discussed in
358   Closed Session:
359          A. Consider lawsuit: Libertarian Party of Santa Barbara County v. Isla Vista
360              Recreation & Park District, Case No. 01064891. Pursuant to §54956.9 of
361              the California Government Code, the Board may meet in closed session to
362              discuss details of a lawsuit with Legal Counsel, pending litigation.
363   10:30 P.M. MEETING MOVED OUT OF CLOSED SESSION
364   The General Manager reported that the Board had considered the following agenda
365   item in Closed Session:
366
367          XII.A. Consider lawsuit: Libertarian Party of Santa Barbara County v. Isla
368          Vista Recreation & Park District, Case No. 01064891. Pursuant to §54956.9
369          of the California Government Code, the Board may meet in closed session to
370          discuss details of a lawsuit with Legal Counsel, pending litigation.
371   The General Manager stated that there was nothing required to be reported.
372   10:30 P.M. THE MEETING WAS ADJOURNED.
373
374   _____________________________________                ________________________
375   CHAIRPERSON                                          DATE
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377                               January 20, 2005 Minutes
378
379   THE MEETING OF JANUARY 20, 2005 at District Office, 961 Embarcadero Del
380   Mar, Isla Vista, California, was called to order by Chairperson Logan Green at 6:05
381   p.m.
382
383   I. GENERAL ITEMS: Director Green encouraged public members who wished to
384   speak during Vox Populi or agenda items to complete speaker slips.
385
386   II. WELCOME TO ALL PRESENT: MEMBERS OF THE PUBLIC; BOARD
387   MEMBERS BROWN, BURNS, CONN AND GREEN; AND STAFF MEMBERS
388   JOHNSON AND OSBORN.
389
390   III.A. ANNOUNCEMENTS
391
392   6:07 P.M.       DIRECTOR DAHLSTROM ARRIVED.
393
394   III. B. VOX POPULI: None.
395
396   IV. ADOPT AGENDA
397   050120-01 MOTION: To adopt the agenda for January 20, 2005 as presented.
398        Conn/Brown               5-0-0 Unanimous.
399
400   V. APPROVE MINUTES
401   050120-02 MOTION: To approve the minutes of January 6, 2005, with changes
402   as follows:
403         Line 129 should read: “…and said that if people truly supported the event,
404   they should make a donation.”
405         Line 259 should read: “Neil Wilson asked if it was illegal for people to
406   sleep in the park.”
407         Brown/Dahlstrom                    5-0-0 Unanimous.
408         Conn/Dahlstrom                     4-0-0 Unanimous.
409
410   VI. REPORTS
411         F. Perfect Park Monument Implementation Committee
412         G. Finance Committee
413         H. Community Center Task Force
414         I. Representatives.
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416                   2. Safety
417                   3. IV Youth and Family Network
418                   4. IV Parks Task Force (IVAOD)
419            J. Isla Vista Foot Patrol
420   VII. GM REPORTS
421         D. General Manager's Report.
422         E. Staff Priority List.
423         F. Financial Report.
424         D. Consider Items for Future Agendas.
425
426   X.A. LIBERTARIAN LAWSUIT
427   Director Green gave an invitation for public comment with no response.
428
429   X.B. LABOR NEGOTIATION
430   Director Green gave an invitation for public comment with no response.
431
432   X.C. BEACH ACCESS WAYS
433   The General Manager provided a brief update on this item.
434
435   XI.D. RESOLUTIONS OF APPRECIATION FOR FORMER IVRPD
436   DIRECTORS
437   050120-03 MOTION: To adopt Resolution No. 050120-001, appreciating former
438   Director Fernando Ramirez for his years of service to the Isla Vista community;
439   and to adopt Resolution No. 050120-002, appreciating former Director Harley
440   Augustino for his years of service to the Isla Vista community.
441        Conn/Brown                     5-0-0 Unanimous.
442
443   XI.A. REALLOCATION OF FUNDS
444   050120-04 MOTION: To approve the following reallocation of general
445   operating funds to Account 7508, Legal Fees.
446
        Acct            Acct Name            Amt
                                           Decrease       Increase

         6700    Unemployment Ins.            $600.00
         6900    Work comp                 $10,441.00
         7030    Clothing & personal          $400.00
         7090    Liability Insurance        $1,000.00
         7120    Equip Maint (Grounds)      $2,261.00
         7121    Operating Supplies           $500.00
         7451    Postage                      $500.00
         7530    Public/Legal Notices       $1,000.00
         7630    Small Tools                $1,500.00
         7653    Training                   $1,500.00
         7702    Festivals                    $300.00
         7508    Legal Fees                              $20,002.00
       Total                               $20,002.00    $20,002.00



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447
448         Conn/Brown                    5-0-0 Unanimous.
449
450   050120-05 MOTION: To reallocate $13,000 from Fund Balance to Account 7860
451   IV Teen Center. The District received $13,000 from UCSB which was
452   designated for the Teen Center.
453        Conn/Brown                   5-0-0 Unanimous.
454
455   XI.B. UCSB DONATION FOR 2005-2006
456   The Board discussed potential improvements and programs to be proposed to
457   UCSB by the GM for funding. **There was no motion on this item.
458
459   XI.C. DISTRICT MINUTES
460   050120-06 MOTION: To change the format of meeting minutes from written
461   narrative minutes to action minutes, making the appropriate entries in each set
462   of meeting minutes as required by Policy §5060. The following changes are
463   made to District Policy §5060.
464             1. 5060.11 shall read as:
465                     a. Copies of said minutes shall be made for distribution to
466                        Directors with the agenda for the next regular Board
467                        meeting. Written minutes shall document information as
468                        required in this policy section.
469          Conn/Brown                  3-2-0 Ayes: Conn, Dahlstrom, Green.
470   Noes: Brown, Burns.
471
472   050120-07 MOTION: To provide an audio recording of Board meetings. The
473   following changes are made to District Policy §5060.
474
475               2. 5060.20 shall read as:
476                     a. An audio tape recording shall be made of each meeting of
477                         the Board of Directors, audio recordings will not be made
478                         when the Board meets in facilities that are unable to
479                         accommodate a recording or when the Board of Directors
480                         is conducting meetings that include tours of Park District
481                         facilities. Copies of the recordings shall be kept for 30
482                         days.
483
484        Brown/Burns                    4-0-1 Ayes: Brown, Burns, Conn, Green.
485   Abstained: Dahlstrom.
486
487   XI.E. GRANT PROPOSAL
488   050120-08 MOTION: To approve the submittal of a Project Application to the
489   Block Grant Program for the fiscal year 2004-2005, in an amount not to exceed
490   $57,049, for the District Office Upgrade.
491        Brown/Conn                     5-0-0 Unanimous.
492
493   XI.F. DISSOLVE DISTRICT COMMITTEES




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494   050120-09 MOTION: To dissolve the Isla Vista Master Plan and 3rd District
495   Supervisor Committees.
496       Brown/Dahlstrom                    5-0-0 Unanimous.
497
498   XI.G. BLUFFTOP PROPERTY ACQUISITION COMMENTS
499   050120-10 MOTION: To write a letter in support of County acquisition of
500   properties located on the 6700 block of Del Playa, because acquisition is
501   supported by the community and will greatly enhance the recreation and open
502   space opportunities in Isla Vista; and because the County has invested a lot of
503   time and resources to make this opportunity happen; and because we need to act
504   now or we could lose grant funding, wasting a significant investment of time and
505   resources.
506        Conn/Burns                     5-0-0 Unanimous.
507
508   8:45 P.M.       MEETING MOVED INTO CLOSED SESSION
509
510   XII. CLOSED SESSION
511   The General Manager announced that the following agenda items would be discussed
512   in Closed Session:
513          XII.A. Consider lawsuit: Libertarian Party of Santa Barbara County v. Isla
514          Vista Recreation & Park District, Case No. 01064891. Pursuant to §54956.9
515          of the California Government Code, the Board may meet in closed session to
516          discuss details of a lawsuit with Legal Counsel, pending litigation.
517           XII.B. Conference with Labor Negotiators: Derek Johnson Designated
518           District Representative. Service Employees International Union #620.
519           Closed sessions with the local agency’s designated representative regarding
520           salaries, salary schedules, or compensation paid in the form of fringe benefits
521           may include discussion of an agency’s available funds and funding priorities,
522           but only insofar as these discussions relate to providing instructions to the
523           local agency’s designated representative pursuant to §54957.6.
524   9:29 P.M.      MEETING MOVED OUT OF CLOSED SESSION
525   The General Manager reported that the Board had considered the following agenda
526   items in Closed Session:
527
528           XII.A. Consider lawsuit: Libertarian Party of Santa Barbara County v. Isla
529           Vista Recreation & Park District, Case No. 01064891. Pursuant to §54956.9
530           of the California Government Code, the Board may meet in closed session to
531           discuss details of a lawsuit with Legal Counsel, pending litigation.
532
533           XII.B. Conference with Labor Negotiators: Derek Johnson Designated
534           District Representative. Service Employees International Union #620.
535           Closed sessions with the local agency’s designated representative regarding
536           salaries, salary schedules, or compensation paid in the form of fringe benefits
537           may include discussion of an agency’s available funds and funding priorities,
538           but only insofar as these discussions relate to providing instructions to the
539           local agency’s designated representative pursuant to §54957.6.
540   The General Manager stated that there was nothing required to be reported.


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541
542   9:31 P.M.   THE MEETING WAS ADJOURNED.
543   _________________________________ ________________________
544   CHAIRPERSON                             DATE
545
546                              February 3, 2005 MINUTES
547   3:10 P.M.    THE MEETING OF FEBRUARY 3, 2005 WAS CALLED TO
548   ORDER BY CHAIRPERSON LOGAN GREEN at Pardall Gardens, 6514
549   Pardall Road, Isla Vista, California.
550
551   II. WELCOME TO ALL PRESENT: MEMBERS OF THE PUBLIC; BOARD
552   MEMBERS BURNS, DAHLSTROM AND GREEN; AND STAFF MEMBERS
553   JOHNSON AND OSBORN.
554
555   XI. A. SITE TOUR OF PARDALL GARDENS
556   The General Manager gave a site tour of Pardall Gardens. The GM, Board members
557   and public members discussed the possibility of declaring the park surplus property.
558
559   3:45 P.M. THE MEETING WAS ADJOURNED TO 6:00 P.M. AT
560   DISTRICT OFFICE, 961 Embarcadero Del Mar, Isla Vista, California.
561
562   6:05 P.M.  THE MEETING OF FEBRUARY 3, 2005 WAS CALLED TO
563   ORDER BY CHAIRPERSON LOGAN GREEN at the District Office, 961
564   Embarcadero Del Mar, Isla Vista, California.
565
566   I. GENERAL ITEMS: Director Green encouraged public members who wished to
567   speak during Vox Populi or agenda items to complete speaker slips.
568
569   II. WELCOME TO ALL PRESENT: MEMBERS OF THE PUBLIC; BOARD
570   MEMBERS BURNS, CONN, DAHLSTROM AND GREEN; AND STAFF
571   MEMBERS JOHNSON AND OSBORN.
572
573   III.A. ANNOUNCEMENTS
574
575   6:09 P.M.       DIRECTOR BROWN ARRIVED.
576
577   III.B. VOX POPULI: None.
578
579   IV. ADOPT AGENDA
580   050203-01 MOTION: To adopt the agenda for February 3, 2005 as presented.
581        Conn/Brown               5-0-0 Unanimous.
582
583   V. APPROVE MINUTES
584   050203-02 MOTION: To approve the minutes of January 20, 2005, as
585   presented.
586        Conn/Brown              5-0-0 Unanimous.
587



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588   VI. REPORTS
589         K. Perfect Park Monument Implementation Committee
590         L. Finance Committee
591         M. Community Center Task Force
592         N. Representatives.
593                1. Special Districts
594                2. Safety
595                3. IV Youth and Family Network
596                4. IV Parks Task Force (IVAOD)
597         O. Isla Vista Foot Patrol
598   VII. GM REPORTS
599         G. General Manager's Report.
600         H. Staff Priority List.
601         I. Financial Report.
602
603   VII.D. CONSIDER ITEMS FOR FUTURE AGENDAS.
604   050203-03 MOTION: To hold a special meeting to consider acquisition of
605   parcels on the 6700 block of Del Playa.
606        Conn/Dahlstrom                     5-0-0 Unanimous.
607
608   X.A. LIBERTARIAN LAWSUIT
609   Director Green gave an invitation for public comment with no response.
610
611   X.B. LABOR NEGOTIATION
612   Director Green gave an invitation for public comment with no response.
613
614   X.C. BEACH ACCESS WAYS
615   Director Green gave an invitation for public comment with no response.
616
617   XI.A. DECLARE PARDALL GARDENS SURPLUS PROPERTY
618   050203-04 MOTION: To place an item on the agenda for February 17, 2005, to
619   consider the sale of Pardall Gardens pursuant to the Park Protection Initiative
620   Ordinance No. 980618-001.
621          Brown/Dahlstrom                    3-1-1 Ayes: Brown, Dahlstrom,
622                                             Green. Noes: Conn. Abstained:
623                                             Burns.
624
625   7:35 P.M.       DIRECTOR GREEN CALLED A 10-MINUTE RECESS.
626   7:45 P.M.       DIRECTOR GREEN CALLED THE MEETING TO ORDER.
627
628   XI.E. APPOINTMENT OF COMMITTEE MEMBERS
629   050203-05 MOTION: To appoint Directors Conn and Brown and public
630   members Brenton Kelly and Michael Lebell to serve on the Personnel
631   Committee from February 3, 2005 through the first Board meeting in January
632   2006; and to appoint Directors Green and Dahlstrom to serve on the Finance
633   Committee from February 3, 2005 through the first Board meeting in January
634   2006.
635          Brown/Dahlstrom                   5-0-0 Unanimous.


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636
637   XI.B. MUNICIPAL SERVICE REVIEW FORMS
638   Board members reviewed the forms completed by District Staff and made comments.
639   **There was no motion on this item.
640
641   XI.C. PROCEDURE FOR RESIGNATION FROM BOARD
642   Board members received a review of the procedure by the General Manager.
643   **There was no motion on this item.
644
645   XI.D. COMMENTS ON HOUSING COMPONENT—IV MASTER PLAN
646   **There was no motion on this item.
647
648   8:35 P.M.       THE MEETING WAS ADJOURNED.
649
650
651   _________________________________         ________________________
652   CHAIRPERSON                                     DATE
653
654
655                        FEBRUARY 9, 2005 MINUTES
656   4:15 P.M.     THE SPECIAL MEETING OF FEBRUARY 9, 2005 WAS
657   CALLED TO ORDER BY CHAIRPERSON LOGAN GREEN at the District
658   Office, 961 EMBARCADERO DEL MAR, ISLA VISTA, CALIFORNIA.
659
660   I. GENERAL ITEMS: Director Green encouraged public members who wished to
661   speak during Vox Populi or agenda items to complete speaker slips.
662
663   II. WELCOME TO ALL PRESENT: MEMBERS OF THE PUBLIC; BOARD
664   MEMBERS BROWN, CONN, DAHLSTROM AND GREEN; AND STAFF
665   MEMBERS JOHNSON AND OSBORN.
666
667   III.A. ANNOUNCEMENTS
668
669   III.B. VOX POPULI: None.
670
671   IV. ADOPT AGENDA
672   050209-01 MOTION: To adopt the special meeting agenda for February 9, 2005
673   as presented.
674        Conn/Dahlstrom                  4-0-0 Unanimous.
675
676   4:30 P.M.       DIRECTOR BURNS ARRIVED.
677
678   V.A. PURCHASE YANKWICH/ADAMS BLUFFTOP PROPERTIES
679   **There was no motion on this item.
680
681   5:05 P.M.       DIRECTOR GREEN ADJOURNED THE MEETING.
682
683


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684   _________________________________         ________________________
685   CHAIRPERSON                               DATE
686
687
688                        FEBRUARY 17, 2005 MINUTES
689   6:00 P.M.  THE MEETING OF FEBRUARY 17, 2005 WAS CALLED TO
690   ORDER BY CHAIRPERSON LOGAN GREEN at the District Office, 961
691   Embarcadero Del Mar, Isla Vista, California.
692
693   I. GENERAL ITEMS: Director Green encouraged public members who wished to
694   speak during Vox Populi or agenda items to complete speaker slips.
695
696   II. WELCOME TO ALL PRESENT: MEMBERS OF THE PUBLIC; BOARD
697   MEMBERS BROWN, BURNS, CONN, DAHLSTROM AND GREEN; AND
698   STAFF MEMBERS JOHNSON AND OSBORN.
699
700   III.A. ANNOUNCEMENTS
701
702   III.B. VOX POPULI
703
704   IV. ADOPT AGENDA
705   050217-01 MOTION: To adopt the agenda for February 17, 2005 as presented.
706        Brown/Burns              5-0-0 Unanimous.
707
708   V. APPROVE MINUTES
709   050217-02 MOTION: To approve the minutes of February 3, 2005, as
710   presented.
711        Brown/Dahlstrom         5-0-0 Unanimous.
712
713   XI.F. EARTH DAY COSPONSORSHIP
714   050217-03 MOTION: To waive park use fees, alcohol permit fee and deposit for
715   the use of Anisq’Oyo’ Park for Earth Day 2005 on Saturday, April 16, 2005; and
716   to grant a time variance for the use of Anisq’Oyo’ Park from 9:00 a.m. to 12:00
717   midnight. Amplified sound will take place between the hours of 12:00 noon to
718   11:00 p.m., per Noise Ordinance 1989-1. The festival will include speakers, art,
719   dance, music, informational booths, and children’s activities, and will include
720   people of all ages and diverse cultural interests in the promotion of earth-
721   friendly living and environmental awareness. The District finds that the
722   tremendous educational and family/cultural entertainment benefits of such an
723   event to the Isla Vista public outweigh any detriment the waivers might cause.
724   Event organizers will be required to fulfill all terms and conditions of the Park
725   Use Permit. The IVRPD requires that in all advertisements for this event,
726   theIVRPD be named as a cosponsor. The EAB will designate a contact person to
727   meet with District Staff to discuss special event on-site risk management.
728        Burns/Conn                      5-0-0 Unanimous.
729
730   VI. REPORTS
731         P. Perfect Park Monument Implementation Committee


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732           Q. Finance Committee
733           R. Community Center Task Force
734           S. Representatives.
735                  1. Special Districts
736                  2. Safety
737                  3. IV Youth and Family Network
738                  4. IV Parks Task Force (IVAOD)
739           T. Isla Vista Foot Patrol
740   VII. GM REPORTS
741         J. General Manager's Report.
742         K. Staff Priority List.
743         L. Financial Report.
744         M. Items for Future Agendas.
745
746   X.A. LIBERTARIAN LAWSUIT
747   Director Green gave an invitation for public comment with no response.
748
749   X.B. LABOR NEGOTIATION
750   Director Green gave an invitation for public comment with no response.
751
752   X.C. BEACH ACCESS WAYS
753   Director Green gave an invitation for public comment with no response.
754
755   XI.A. SALE OF PARDALL GARDENS
756   **There was no motion on this item.
757
758   7:00 P.M.      DIRECTOR DAHLSTROM LEFT THE MEETING.
759   The General Manager explained that in order to attend the Board training on
760   the Brown Act and Conflict of Interest on Friday, Director Dahlstrom’s UCSB
761   class section scheduled for Friday had been rescheduled for 7:00 p.m. tonight.
762
763   7:50 P.M.       DIRECTOR DAHLSTROM RETURNED TO THE MEETING.
764   7:55 P.M.       DIRECTOR GREEN CALLED A 10-MINUTE RECESS.
765   8:05 P.M.       DIRECTOR GREEN CALLED THE MEETING TO ORDER.
766
767   XI.B. ALLEGATIONS AGAINST DIRECTOR CONN
768   **Director Brown made a motion, which was not seconded or voted on by the
769   Board.
770
771   9:15 P.M.       DIRECTOR GREEN CALLED A 10-MINUTE RECESS.
772   9:20 P.M.       DIRECTOR GREEN CALLED THE MEETING TO ORDER.
773   9:25 P.M.       DIRECTOR CONN ARRIVED.
774
775   XI.C. ANNUAL BIKE TOUR
776   050217-04 MOTION: To schedule a bike tour of District Parks, as a planning
777   tool for Board members, which will be noticed to the Public per the Brown Act,
778   and which will take place on Saturday, March 12, 2005 from 10:00 a.m. to 2:00
779   p.m., starting at the District office.


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780         Dahlstrom/Burns                      5-0-0 Unanimous.
781
782   XI.D. WORK PLAN & BUDGET
783   **There was no motion on this item.
784
785   XI.E. MOU WITH SB COUNTY FOR DOWNTOWN PARK PLAN
786   050217-05 MOTION: To approve the Memorandum of Understanding between
787   the District and the County of Santa Barbara for a joint planning effort for Isla
788   Vista Downtown Parks, as presented.
789        Dahlstrom/Conn                      5-0-0 Unanimous.
790
791   9:40 P.M.       DIRECTOR GREEN ADJOURNED THE MEETING.
792
793
794   _________________________________          ________________________
795   CHAIRPERSON                                      DATE
796
797
798                            March 3, 2005 MINUTES
799   6:00 P.M.  THE MEETING OF MARCH 3, 2005 WAS CALLED TO
800   ORDER BY CHAIRPERSON LOGAN GREEN at the District Office, 961
801   Embarcadero Del Mar, Isla Vista, California.
802
803   I. GENERAL ITEMS: Director Green encouraged public members who wished
804   to speak during Vox Populi or agenda items to complete speaker slips.
805
806   II. WELCOME TO ALL PRESENT: MEMBERS OF THE PUBLIC; BOARD
807   MEMBERS BURNS, CONN, DAHLSTROM AND GREEN; AND STAFF
808   MEMBERS JOHNSON AND OSBORN.
809
810   III.A. ANNOUNCEMENTS
811
812   6:05 P.M.       DIRECTOR BROWN ARRIVED.
813
814   III.B. VOX POPULI
815
816   IV. ADOPT AGENDA
817   050303-01 MOTION: To adopt the agenda for March 3, 2005 as presented.
818        Brown/Dahlstrom                5-0-0 Unanimous.
819
820   V. APPROVE MINUTES
821   050303-02 MOTION: To approve the minutes of February 9, 2005 as presented.
822       Burns/Brown              5-0-0 Unanimous.
823
824   050303-03 MOTION: To approve the minutes of February 17, 2005 as
825   presented.
826        Brown/Dahlstrom                5-0-0 Unanimous.
827


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828   X.A. LIBERTARIAN LAWSUIT
829   Director Green gave an invitation for public comment with no response.
830
831   X.B. LABOR NEGOTIATION
832   Director Green gave an invitation for public comment with no response. The
833   General Manager indicated that this item would be discussed during Closed
834   Session.
835   X.C. BEACH ACCESS WAYS
836   Director Green gave an invitation for public comment with no response.
837
838   XI.A. COMMUNITY CENTER TASK FORCE MEMBERS
839   050303-04 MOTION: To appoint Directors Brown and Burns to serve on the
840   Community Center Task Force from March 3, 2005 until January 2006. To
841   direct Staff to publish an advertisement for public openings on the District’s
842   Community Center Task Force, pursuant to District Policy §4065. Once formed,
843   the District’s Community Center Task Force is charged with exploring funding
844   opportunities to support a reworking of the feasibility study and, following its
845   completion, seek review and approval of the feasibility study by the Board of
846   Directors; to proceed with raising funds to revisit the Estero Park Master Plan.
847   Any changes to the Estero Park Master Plan are to be approved by the Board of
848   Directors.
849        Conn/Brown                     5-0-0 Unanimous.
850
851   XI.B. ATO VOLLEYBALL INVITATIONAL IN GREEK PARK ON 4/30/05
852   050303-05 MOTION: To increase the fee for park use to accommodate the
853   Alpha Tau Omega invitational volleyball event in Greek Park on April 30, 2005,
854   with attendance expected in the thousands, to $500 in fees, with a deposit of
855   $1,000. The Board makes the finding that renting Greek Park to Alpha Tau
856   Omega for their proposed invitational volleyball event will create additional
857   work for staff and invite unusual wear and tear to the park and facilities. In
858   addition, Alpha Tau Omega is required to provide liability insurance for the
859   event and comply with all terms and conditions of the Park Use Permit and
860   conditions set forth by the Foot Patrol.
861        Dahlstrom/Brown                      5-0-0 Unanimous.
862
863   XI.D. TRIGO-PASADO PARK GRAND OPENING
864   050303-06 MOTION: To schedule the Grand Opening of Trigo-Pasado Park for
865   Saturday, May 14, 2005 at 2:00. The celebration will include refreshments, a
866   rock climbing demonstration, face painting and live music.
867        Dahlstrom/Conn                      5-0-0 Unanimous.
868
869   XI.E. RESCHEDULE BIKE TOUR
870   050303-07 MOTION: To reschedule a bike tour of District Parks as a planning
871   tool for Board members, which will be noticed to the public per the Brown Act,
872   and which will take place on Saturday, April 9, 2005, from 10:00 a.m. to 2:00
873   p.m., starting at the District Office.
874         Dahlstrom/Brown                    5-0-0 Unanimous.
875


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876   XI.C. 2005-2006 WORK-PLAN FOR NEIGHBORHOOD PARKS & OPEN
877   SPACES
878   ** There was no motion on this item.
879
880   VI. REPORTS
881         U. Perfect Park Monument Implementation Committee
882         V. Finance Committee
883         W. Community Center Task Force
884         X. Representatives.
885                1. Special Districts
886                2. Safety
887                3. IV Youth and Family Network
888                4. IV Parks Task Force (IVAOD)
889         Y. Isla Vista Foot Patrol
890   VII. GM REPORTS
891         N. General Manager's Report.
892         O. Staff Priority List.
893         P. Financial Report.
894         Q. Items for Future Agendas.
895
896   8:05 P.M.       THE MEETING MOVED INTO CLOSED SESSION
897
898   XII. CLOSED SESSION
899   The General Manager announced that the following agenda items would be
900   discussed in Closed Session:
901          XII.B. Conference with Labor Negotiators: Derek Johnson Designated
902          District Representative. Service Employees International Union #620.
903          Closed sessions with the local agency’s designated representative
904          regarding salaries, salary schedules, or compensation paid in the form of
905          fringe benefits may include discussion of an agency’s available funds and
906          funding priorities, but only insofar as these discussions relate to
907          providing instructions to the local agency’s designated representative
908          pursuant to §54957.6.
909   8:40 P.M.     MEETING MOVED OUT OF CLOSED SESSION
910   The General Manager reported that the Board had considered the following
911   agenda items in Closed Session:
912
913           XII.B. Conference with Labor Negotiators: Derek Johnson Designated
914           District Representative. Service Employees International Union #620.
915           Closed sessions with the local agency’s designated representative
916           regarding salaries, salary schedules, or compensation paid in the form of
917           fringe benefits may include discussion of an agency’s available funds and
918           funding priorities, but only insofar as these discussions relate to
919           providing instructions to the local agency’s designated representative
920           pursuant to §54957.6.
921   The General Manager stated that there was nothing required to be reported.
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923   8:42 P.M.       THE MEETING WAS ADJOURNED.
924
925
926   _________________________________         ________________________
927   CHAIRPERSON                               DATE
928                                                   APPROVED MINUTES
929                                                   PRINTED: July 19, 2011
930
931   6:00 P.M.  THE MEETING OF MARCH 17, 2005 WAS CALLED TO
932   ORDER BY CHAIRPERSON LOGAN GREEN at the District Office, 961
933   Embarcadero Del Mar, Isla Vista, California.
934
935   I. GENERAL ITEMS: Director Green encouraged public members who wished
936   to speak during Vox Populi or agenda items to complete speaker slips.
937
938   II. WELCOME TO ALL PRESENT: MEMBERS OF THE PUBLIC; BOARD
939   MEMBERS BROWN, BURNS, DAHLSTROM AND GREEN; AND STAFF
940   MEMBERS JOHNSON AND OSBORN.
941
942   III.A. ANNOUNCEMENTS: None.
943
944   6:04 P.M.       DIRECTOR CONN ARRIVED.
945
946   III.B. VOX POPULI: None.
947
948   IV. ADOPT AGENDA
949   050317-01 MOTION: To adopt the agenda for March 17, 2005 as presented.
950        Burns/Brown              5-0-0 Unanimous.
951
952   V. APPROVE MINUTES
953   050317-02 MOTION: To approve the minutes of March 3, 2005 as presented.
954       Brown/Dahlstrom                 5-0-0 Unanimous.
955
956   VIII.A. APPEAL: TAKE BACK THE NIGHT, APRIL 14, 2005
957   050317-03 MOTION: To grant special permission to the Take Back the Night
958   Committee to hold a rally on Thursday, April 14, 2005 in Anisq’Oyo’ Park, to
959   take place in the amphitheater on a weeknight, between the hours of 3:00 p.m.
960   Thursday until 3:00 a.m. Friday, with amplified music and sound between the
961   hours of 5:00 pm-9:00pm, and open mic testimonials between the hours of
962   9:00p.m. Thursday-3:00 a.m. Friday, with the understanding that sound will not
963   exceed 85 DBA at any time. TBTN organizers will pay a deposit of $300 and
964   park fees of $200 for the event, consistent with District Policy §9040 et seq. A
965   variance in Amended Noise Ordinance 1989-01 is granted because the Board
966   finds that the educational benefit of raising awareness about rape and sexual
967   abuse in the Isla Vista community outweighs any detriment caused by
968   thevariance. Event organizers are required to fulfill all other terms and
969   conditions of the Park Use Permit.
970         Conn/Brown                     5-0-0 Unanimous.


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 971
 972   X.A. LIBERTARIAN LAWSUIT
 973   Director Green gave an invitation for public comment with no response.
 974
 975   X.B. LABOR NEGOTIATION
 976   Director Green gave an invitation for public comment with no response. The
 977   General Manager indicated that this item would be discussed during Closed
 978   Session.
 979
 980   X.C. BEACH ACCESS WAYS
 981   Director Green gave an invitation for public comment with no response. The
 982   General Manager gave a short update on funding efforts.
 983
 984   XI.A. SURFRIDER CONCERT FOR THE COAST, MAY 7, 2005
 985   050317-04 MOTION: To grant a variance to Park Use Permit §XII.A, allowing
 986   Surfrider Foundation and organizers of Concert for the Coast to charge
 987   admission and erect barriers to limit public access to Anisq’Oyo’ Park on May 7,
 988   2005 from 12:00 noon to 10:00 p.m. The Board finds that the event provides an
 989   educational benefit to the Isla Vista community, i.e. Surfrider and other
 990   environmental organizations will present valuable
 991   information regarding the preservation of coastal resources. The Board also
 992   finds that the fundraiser provides opportunities for Isla Vista children to learn
 993   how to surf and enjoy the ocean. The Board also finds that the fundraiser
 994   provides financial assistance to the District in the acquisition of blufftop
 995   properties and/or possibly the construction of a skateboard park. These findings
 996   and the excellent entertainment opportunity offered to the community outweigh
 997   any detriment that might be caused by granting the variance. Organizers will
 998   work with the County Fire Marshal to design safe and viable entrance and exit
 999   ways; if the Fire Marshal’s approval is not given, the General Manager at his
1000   discretion may cancel the event and keep all fees. Organizers will provide
1001   professional, bonded, licensed security for the event and pay for Foot Patrol
1002   deputies as required by the Foot Patrol. Organizers will obtain a license from
1003   Alcoholic Beverage Control to include a Beer Garden and the servers may be
1004   volunteers who have had RBS training to oversee legal alcohol consumption in
1005   the park. Organizers will obtain a permit from Environmental Health for food
1006   vendors. The District will oversee any alterations to the park. Surfrider will
1007   provide a certificate naming the IVRPD as additional insured on their insurance
1008   policy. Organizers will obtain an alcohol permit approved by the Park District
1009   and the Foot Patrol. In addition, the Board votes to adjust the park use fee
1010   schedule for this large scale event, charging $600 total in fees (rather than $400
1011   for two time slots) and $1,000 total for deposit. The deposit will be refunded in
1012   full providing that park users follow conditions listed above and all other terms
1013   and conditions of the Park Use Permit. The General Manager has discretion to
1014   alter the event with respect to
1015   1) scheduling District Staff as needed; and 2) making this an open rather than
1016   closed event (barriers vs. no barriers.)
1017         Conn/Dahlstrom                        5-0-0 Unanimous.
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1019   XI.B. SPECIAL TAXES
1020   050317-05 MOTION: To authorize the General Manager to prepare and file
1021   with the Board of Directors a report which outlines the Special Taxes charged to
1022   each parcel within the District; and to adopt Resolution No. 050317-001,
1023   ordering the preparation and filing of a report for the Isla Vista Recreation &
1024   Park District 1984 and 1997 voter-approved Special Taxes for the fiscal year
1025   2005-2006.
1026        Dahlstrom/Conn                        5-0-0 Unanimous.
1027
1028   XI.C. WORK PLANS FOR DOWNTOWN AND BLUFFTOP PARKS
1029   **There was no motion on this item.
1030
1031   XI.D. REALLOCATION OF FUNDS IN 2004-2005 BUDGET
1032   050317-06 MOTION: To reallocate a total of $31,300 from Account 9798--
1033   Contingency. Of that money, $30,000 will go to Account 7508--Legal Fees; and
1034   $1,300 will go to Account 7122--Equipment Contracts.
1035        Conn/Burns                   5-0-0 Unanimous
1036
1037   XI.E. TERMINATE COMMUNITY CENTER AGREEMENTS
1038   050317-07 MOTION: To approve the termination agreement between the
1039   District, Isla Vista Youth Projects, ONEgeneration, and the YMCA, which
1040   terminates obligations of all parties in the Isla Vista Community Center
1041   fundraising and lease agreements, as presented in the Board packet, with
1042   amendments as follows:
1043   Under RECITALS, Add Section C:
1044   The Orfalea Fund has contributed over $250,000 towards the Vista Square
1045   Project to support traffic, biological, survey, tree protection, legal and
1046   architectural plan development. These studies and design work will be
1047   extremely useful in moving forward with the Community Center Project. The
1048   Orfalea Family Foundation will be recognized as a funder of the Community
1049   Center Project and will be recognized for their generous contribution to Isla
1050   Vista.
1051        Dahlstrom/Conn                          5-0-0 Unanimous.
1052
1053   XI.F. NOE FOR DISTRICT OFFICE UPGRADE
1054   050317-08 MOTION: To approve the submittal of a Notice of Exemption from
1055   CEQA for the Roberti-Z’Berg-Harris Block Grant application for
1056   reimbursements for the District Office Upgrade.
1057        Dahlstrom/Conn                      5-0-0 Unanimous.
1058
1059   VI. REPORTS
1060         Z. Perfect Park Monument Implementation Committee
1061         AA. Finance Committee
1062         BB. Community Center Task Force
1063         CC. Representatives.
1064               1. Special Districts
1065               2. Safety
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1067                   4. IV Parks Task Force (IVAOD)
1068           DD.     Isla Vista Foot Patrol: No report.
1069   VII. GM REPORTS
1070         R. General Manager's Report.
1071         S. Staff Priority List.
1072         T. Financial Report.
1073         U. Items for Future Agendas.
1074
1075   7:20 P.M.       THE MEETING MOVED INTO CLOSED SESSION
1076
1077   XII. CLOSED SESSION
1078   The General Manager announced that the following agenda item would be
1079   discussed in Closed Session:
1080          XII.B. Conference with Labor Negotiators: Derek Johnson Designated
1081          District Representative. Service Employees International Union #620.
1082          Closed sessions with the local agency’s designated representative
1083          regarding salaries, salary schedules, or compensation paid in the form of
1084          fringe benefits may include discussion of an agency’s available funds and
1085          funding priorities, but only insofar as these discussions relate to
1086          providing instructions to the local agency’s designated representative
1087          pursuant to §54957.6.
1088   7:25 P.M.     MEETING MOVED OUT OF CLOSED SESSION
1089   The General Manager reported that the Board had considered the following
1090   agenda item in Closed Session:
1091
1092           XII.B. Conference with Labor Negotiators: Derek Johnson Designated
1093           District Representative. Service Employees International Union #620.
1094           Closed sessions with the local agency’s designated representative
1095           regarding salaries, salary schedules, or compensation paid in the form of
1096           fringe benefits may include discussion of an agency’s available funds and
1097           funding priorities, but only insofar as these discussions relate to
1098           providing instructions to the local agency’s designated representative
1099           pursuant to §54957.6.
1100   The General Manager stated that there was nothing required to be reported.
1101
1102   7:25 P.M        THE MEETING WAS ADJOURNED.
1103
1104
1105   _________________________________          ________________________
1106   CHAIRPERSON                                DATE
1107
1108
1109                               APRIL 7, 2005 MEETING
1110   6:03 P.M.     THE MEETING OF APRIL 7, 2005 WAS CALLED TO ORDER
1111   BY CHAIRPERSON LOGAN GREEN at the District Office, 961 Embarcadero
1112   Del Mar, Isla Vista, California.
1113


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1114   I. GENERAL ITEMS: Director Green encouraged public members who wished
1115   to speak during Vox Populi or agenda items to complete speaker slips.
1116
1117   II. WELCOME TO ALL PRESENT: MEMBERS OF THE PUBLIC; BOARD
1118   MEMBERS BURNS, CONN, DAHLSTROM AND GREEN; AND STAFF
1119   MEMBERS JOHNSON AND OSBORN.
1120
1121   III.A. ANNOUNCEMENTS
1122
1123   III.B. VOX POPULI: None.
1124
1125   IV. ADOPT AGENDA
1126   050407-01 MOTION: To adopt the agenda for April 7, 2005 as presented.
1127        Conn/Dahlstrom                 4-0-0 Unanimous.
1128
1129   V. APPROVE MINUTES
1130   050407-02 MOTION: To approve the minutes of March 17, 2005 as presented.
1131        Conn/Dahlstrom                 4-0-0 Unanimous.
1132
1133   VIII.A. SB STUDENT HOUSING CO-OP
1134   APPEAL FOR WAIVER OF PARK USE FEES
1135   **Director Dahlstrom recused herself from this discussion, due to the fact that
1136   she is a member of the SBSHC and therefore had a financial interest and might
1137   have a conflict of interest.
1138
1139   6:15 P.M.       DIRECTOR DAHLSTROM LEFT THE MEETING.
1140
1141   050407-03 MOTION: To grant a partial waiver of fees at $200 for the “Co-
1142   opula Concert”, a local bands showcase presented by the Santa Barbara Student
1143   Housing Cooperative on May 14, 2005 from 12:00 noon to 10:00 p.m. in
1144   Anisq’Oyo’ Park. The Board finds that the SBSHC’s proposal to present local
1145   bands, theater, and spoken word performers provides a unique and colorful
1146   entertainment opportunity to the Isla Vista community. Because of this and
1147   their proposal to unite the local
1148
1149   cooperative community, providing booths and speakers to educate community
1150   members on the benefits of the cooperative system, the Board finds that the
1151   benefits to the Isla Vista community outweigh any detriments caused by the
1152   waiver. SBSHC organizers will pay a deposit of $300 and park fees of $200,
1153   consistent with District Policy §9040 et seq. Event organizers are required to
1154   fulfill all other terms and conditions of the Park Use Permit.
1155          Conn/Burns                    This motion was tabled until May 5, 2005.
1156
1157
1158   050407-04 MOTION: To table Motion 050407-03 until May 5, 2005. Event
1159   organizer Kara Nostrand will go to the community to seek support and report
1160   back to the Board of Directors at the meeting on May 5, 2005.
1161        Conn/Burns                     3-0-0 Unanimous.


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1162
1163   6:30 P.M.       DIRECTOR DAHLSTROM RETURNED TO THE MEETING.
1164
1165   XI.A. ENGINEER’S REPORT
1166   050407-05 MOTION: To approve Resolution 050407-001, as presented,
1167   designating MNS as the District’s engineer to prepare the 2005-2006 Engineer’s
1168   Report.
1169          Conn/Burns                  4-0-0 Unanimous.
1170
1171   6:40 P.M.       DIRECTOR BROWN ARRIVED.
1172
1173   XI.B. POLICY FOR RENAMING PARKS
1174   050407-06 MOTION: To adopt District Policy §2250 et seq. as presented, with
1175   the following amendments:
1176           §2250.34: Delete “To insure that the choosing of names is not
1177   capricious.”
1178           §2250.82: Delete numbers 1) and 2), but not the text.
1179           Conn/Burns                 4-0-1 Ayes: Burns, Conn, Dahlstrom,
1180   Green.
1181                                              Abstained: Brown.
1182
1183   050407-07 MOTION: To form an ad-hoc committee not subject to the provisions
1184   of the Brown Act, to gather public input on proposed names for parks, pursuant
1185   to Policy §2250 et seq. The Board proposes to rename Camino Pescadero Park,
1186   Trigo-Pasado Park, Sueño Park, Del Playa Open Spaces (2), Camino Corto
1187   Open Space, Pardall Gardens, and the District Office. The Board will consider
1188   names recommended to the Board at a public hearing to be noticed per the
1189   Brown Act.
1190           Conn/Dahlstrom                    4-0-1 Ayes: Burns, Conn,
1191   Dahlstrom, Green.
1192                                                    Abstained: Brown.
1193   **Director Brown stated that he abstained from voting on Agenda Item XI.B
1194   because he felt there were more important issues that the Board should be
1195   addressing.
1196
1197   XI.C. AUDITING SERVICES
1198   050407-08 MOTION: To authorize the General Manager to continue our
1199   contract with Moss, Levy and Hartzheim, allowing them to audit our general-
1200   purpose financial statements for the 2004-2005 fiscal year.
1201        Dahlstrom/Burns                      5-0-0 Unanimous.
1202
1203   XI.D. INTERNET, E-MAIL & ELECTRONIC COMMUNICATIONS
1204   POLICY
1205   050407-09 MOTION: To adopt Policy §2265 et seq., which outlines the terms
1206   and conditions of use of District computers and e-mail system, as presented, with
1207   the following amendments:




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1208          §2265.50 should read: Elected official access will be related to
1209   conducting District business, such as corresponding with constituents or other
1210   agencies or researching District issues.
1211        Conn/Brown                     5-0-0 Unanimous.
1212
1213   XI.F. REALLOCATION OF FUNDS
1214   050407-10 MOTION: To release $11,905.93 from Account #9730, which had
1215   been designated as Accumulated Capital Outlay for a van for our recreation
1216   programs; since the District received more money than we had anticipated for
1217   the van, this amount can be released from designation. Of the remaining
1218   $29,559.32 needed to pay the trial judgment for the Libertarian lawsuit,
1219   $21,000.00 will come from the release of funds from our general Designated
1220   Contingencies Account #9798; and $8,559.32 will be drawn from Fund Balance.
1221   To cover Legal Fees drawn from Account #7508 in connection with the
1222   Libertarian Party lawsuit, subsequent reallocations were made from Accounts
1223   #7760 Utilities, #7659 Recreation Equipment, #7653 Training Fees & Supplies,
1224   #7650 Elections, and #7110 Director Fees.
1225
1226   To reallocate funds in the 2004-2005 budget in order to pay the trial judgment
1227   and legal fees for the Libertarian Party v. IVRPD lawsuit, as follows:
1228   7508 Trial Judgment                 $41,465.25
1229   9730 Recreation Van                              $11,905.93
1230   9798 Designated Contingencies                    $21,000.00
1231   4410 Fund Balance                                $ 8,559.32
1232   7508 Legal Fees                     $ 9,107.00
1233   7760 Utilities                                   $ 2,000.00
1234   7659 Recreation Equipment                        $ 2,000.00
1235   7653 Training Fees & Supplies                    $ 2,000.00
1236   7650 Elections                                   $ 2,449.00
1237   7110 Director Fees                               $ 658.00
1238          TOTALS                       $50,572.25   $50,572.25
1239          Brown/Dahlstrom              5-0-0 Unanimous.
1240
1241   XI.G. 2005 VILLAGE BUILDING CONVERGENCE
1242   050407-11 MOTION: To approve the expenditure of $650 to send Director
1243   Conn to the Village Building Convergence in Portland, Oregon from May 20 to
1244   May 29, 2005.
1245        Dahlstrom/Conn                       3-2-0 Ayes: Conn, Dahlstrom,
1246   Green.
1247                                                     Noes: Brown, Burns.
1248   **Directors Brown and Burns stated that they voted against the motion because
1249   they did not approve of the expenditure at this time, mainly due to District
1250   output for legal expenses.
1251
1252   8:15 P.M.       THE MEETING MOVED INTO CLOSED SESSION
1253




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1254   XII. CLOSED SESSION
1255   The General Manager announced that the following agenda items would be
1256   discussed in Closed Session:
1257          A. Consider lawsuit: Libertarian Party of Santa Barbara County v. Isla
1258          Vista Recreation & Park District, Case No. 01064891. Pursuant to
1259          §54956.9 of the California Government Code, the Board may meet in
1260          closed session to discuss details of a lawsuit with Legal Counsel, pending
1261          litigation.
1262           B. Conference with Labor Negotiators: Derek Johnson Designated
1263              District Representative. Service Employees International Union #620.
1264              Closed sessions with the local agency’s designated representative
1265              regarding salaries, salary schedules, or compensation paid in the form
1266              of fringe benefits may include discussion of an agency’s available
1267              funds and funding priorities, but only insofar as these discussions
1268              relate to providing instructions to the local agency’s designated
1269              representative pursuant to §54957.6 of the Brown Act.
1270           C. Consider a claim from Emily King to the Park District and/or the
1271              County of Santa Barbara and/or UCSB and/or the California
1272              Highway Patrol (State of California) and/or the City of Santa
1273              Barbara, regarding alleged injuries sustained from falling from Isla
1274              Vista cliffs on September 19, 2004. Pursuant to §54956.9(b)(3)(C) of
1275              the Brown Act, the Board may meet in closed session to discuss the
1276              receipt of a claim pursuant to the Tort Claims Act or some other
1277              written communication from a potential plaintiff threatening
1278              litigation, which claim or communication shall be available for public
1279              inspection pursuant to §54957.5.
1280
1281   8:40 P.M.     MEETING MOVED OUT OF CLOSED SESSION
1282   The General Manager reported that the Board had considered the following
1283   agenda item in Closed Session:
1284
1285           XII.A. Consider lawsuit: Libertarian Party of Santa Barbara County v.
1286           Isla Vista Recreation & Park District, Case No. 01064891. Pursuant to
1287           §54956.9 of the California Government Code, the Board may meet in
1288           closed session to discuss details of a lawsuit with Legal Counsel, pending
1289           litigation.
1290           **The General Manager reported that the following motion was made in
1291           Closed Session:
1292           050407-12 MOTION: To not appeal the trial judgment issued on March
1293           22, 2005 by the Superior Court on the Libertarian Party lawsuit.
1294           Brown/Conn                 5-0-0 Unanimous.
1295
1296           XII.B. Conference with Labor Negotiators: Derek Johnson Designated
1297           District Representative. Service Employees International Union #620.
1298           Closed sessions with the local agency’s designated representative
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1300           fringe benefits may include discussion of an agency’s available funds and
1301           funding priorities, but only insofar as these discussions relate to
1302           providing instructions to the local agency’s designated representative
1303           pursuant to §54957.6 of the Brown Act.
1304           **The General Manager reported that there was nothing required to be
1305           reported on Item XII.B.
1306           XII.C. Consider a claim from Emily King to the Park District and/or the
1307           County of Santa Barbara and/or UCSB and/or the California Highway
1308           Patrol (State of California) and/or the City of Santa Barbara, regarding
1309           alleged injuries sustained from falling from Isla Vista cliffs on September
1310           19, 2004. Pursuant to §54956.9(b)(3)(C) of the Brown Act, the Board may
1311           meet in closed session to discuss the receipt of a claim pursuant to the
1312           Tort Claims Act or some other written communication from a potential
1313           plaintiff threatening litigation, which claim or communication shall be
1314           available for public inspection pursuant to §54957.5.
1315
1316           **The General Manager reported that the following motion was made in
1317           Closed Session:
1318           050407-13 MOTION: To deny the Emily King claim as presented by
1319           Moore & Browning on March 15, 2005.
1320           Brown/Conn               5-0-0 Unanimous.
1321
1322   XIII. ADJOURNMENT
1323   8:45 P.M  THE MEETING WAS ADJOURNED.
1324
1325
1326   _________________________________          ________________________
1327   CHAIRPERSON                                DATE
1328
1329
1330                             April 15, 2005 Special Meeting
1331   2:15 P.M.      THE SPECIAL MEETING/BIKE TOUR OF FRIDAY, APRIL
1332   15, 2005 WAS CALLED TO ORDER BY CHAIRPERSON LOGAN GREEN at
1333   the District Office, 961 Embarcadero Del Mar, Isla Vista, California.
1334
1335   II. WELCOME TO ALL PRESENT: MEMBERS OF THE PUBLIC; BOARD
1336   MEMBERS BROWN, BURNS, CONN, DAHLSTROM AND GREEN; AND
1337   STAFF MEMBER JOHNSON.
1338
1339   V.A. ANNUAL BIKE TOUR OF DISTRICT PARKS
1340   The Board of Directors met with members of the Public to discuss projects and
1341   improvements for the 2005-2006 Work-Plan during a bicycle tour of District
1342   parks.
1343   VI. ADJOURNMENT AT 4:45 P.M.
1344
1345
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1347   CHAIRPERSON                             DATE
1348
1349                               APRIL 21, 2005 MEETING
1350
1351   6:02 P.M.     THE MEETING OF APRIL 21, 2005 WAS CALLED TO ORDER
1352   BY CHAIRPERSON LOGAN GREEN at the District Office, 961 Embarcadero
1353   Del Mar, Isla Vista, California.
1354
1355   I. GENERAL ITEMS: Director Green encouraged public members who wished
1356   to speak during Vox Populi or agenda items to complete speaker slips.
1357
1358   II. WELCOME TO ALL PRESENT: MEMBERS OF THE PUBLIC; BOARD
1359   MEMBERS BROWN, DAHLSTROM AND GREEN; AND STAFF MEMBERS
1360   JOHNSON AND OSBORN. ABSENT: DIRECTOR BURNS.
1361
1362   III.A. ANNOUNCEMENTS: None.
1363
1364   III.B. VOX POPULI: None.
1365
1366   IV. ADOPT AGENDA
1367   050421-01 MOTION: To adopt the agenda for April 21, 2005 as presented.
1368        Brown/Dahlstrom                3-0-0 Unanimous.
1369
1370   V. APPROVE MINUTES
1371   050421-02 MOTION: To approve the minutes of April 7, 2005 as presented.
1372       Dahlstrom/Brown                 3-0-0 Unanimous.
1373
1374   6:07 P.M.       DIRECTOR CONN ARRIVED
1375
1376   VI. REPORTS
1377        EE.       Perfect Park Monument Implementation Committee: No report.
1378        FF. Finance Committee
1379        GG.       Community Center Task Force
1380        HH.       Representatives.
1381            1. Special Districts: No report.
1382            2. Safety
1383            3. IV Youth and Family Network
1384            4. IV Parks Task Force (IVAOD)
1385        II. Isla Vista Foot Patrol: No report.VII. GM REPORTS
1386         V. General Manager's Report.
1387         W. Staff Priority List.
1388         X. Financial Report.
1389         Y. Items for Future Agendas.
1390
1391   X.A. LIBERTARIAN LAWSUIT
1392   The General Manager gave an update.
1393
1394   X.B. LABOR NEGOTIATIONS


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1395   The General Manager gave an update.
1396
1397   X.C. BEACH ACCESS WAYS
1398   The General Manager gave an update.
1399
1400   XI.A. BRYAN DOHERTY RESOLUTION
1401   050421-03 MOTION: To adopt Resolution No. 050421-001, appreciating Bryan
1402   Doherty for the Isla Vista Teen Center Landscape Improvement.
1403        Brown/Conn                    4-0-0 Unanimous.
1404
1405   XI.C. TRIGO-PASADO CONCRETE WORK RESOLUTION
1406   050421-04 MOTION: To adopt Resolution No. 050421-002, accepting
1407   improvements to Trigo-Pasado Park, as completed by Lash Construction
1408   Company, Inc.
1409        Dahlstrom/Conn                     4-0-0 Unanimous.
1410
1411   XI.D. TEEN CENTER LEASE
1412   **Item for discussion only--there was no motion on this item.
1413
1414   XI.E. LAND, WATER & CONSERVATION FUND RESOLUTION
1415   050421-05 MOTION: To adopt Resolution No. 050421-003, approving the
1416   application for the Land & Water Conservation Fund grant, for the Isla Vista
1417   Community Center Project.
1418        Dahlstrom/Conn                    4-0-0 Unanimous.
1419
1420   XI.B. 2005-2006 PRELIMINARY BUDGET & WORK PLAN
1421   7:40-7:50 P.M. TRACTOR TOUR
1422   During the discussion of proposed equipment acquisitions, the meeting moved to
1423   the Grounds yard, where the GM showed the two old tractors and the demo
1424   JD1435.
1425
1426   050421-06 MOTION: To adopt the Staff-recommended Preliminary Budget and
1427   Work-Plan for the 2005-2006 fiscal year, to include administrative projects 200,
1428   201, 203, 210, and 211 as presented; and the District Office Renovation--Phase 2
1429   as presented; and purchase of a mower tractor; a network server plus one
1430   Windows machine; and the lease of a copier; and to direct Staff to post the
1431   Preliminary Budget and Work-Plan for 2005-2006 on the District bulletin board
1432   and to publish a public notice stating that the District’s budget is available for
1433   public review and analysis pursuant to Public Resources Code §5788.1; and to
1434   set the hearing for Board approval of the final 2005-2006 budget and work-plan
1435   at the Board meeting on June 16, 2005.
1436         Conn/Brown                     4-0-0 Unanimous.
1437
1438   8:05 P.M        THE MEETING WAS ADJOURNED.
1439
1440
1441   _________________________________         ________________________
1442   CHAIRPERSON                               DATE


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1443
1444                            MAY 5, 2005 MEETING
1445   6:03 P.M.  THE MEETING OF MAY 5, 2005 WAS CALLED TO ORDER
1446   BY VICE CHAIRPERSON DIANE CONN at the District Office, 961
1447   Embarcadero Del Mar, Isla Vista, California.
1448
1449   There was a 5-minute delay while the General Manager and Director Brown
1450   reset the audio recording system.
1451
1452   I. GENERAL ITEMS: Director Conn encouraged public members who wished
1453   to speak during Vox Populi or agenda items to complete speaker slips.
1454
1455   II. WELCOME TO ALL PRESENT: MEMBERS OF THE PUBLIC; BOARD
1456   MEMBERS BROWN, BURNS, CONN AND DAHLSTROM; AND STAFF
1457   MEMBERS JOHNSON AND OSBORN.
1458
1459   III.A. ANNOUNCEMENTS
1460
1461   6:10 P.M.       DIRECTOR GREEN ARRIVED AND ASSUMED THE CHAIR.
1462
1463   III.B. VOX POPULI: None.
1464
1465   IV. ADOPT AGENDA
1466   050505-01 MOTION: To adopt the agenda for May 5, 2005, with the following
1467   changes:
1468        Item V. should read: Revisions to and approval of Board meeting minutes
1469   for April 15, 2005 (delete May 5, 2005.)
1470        Brown/Dahlstrom                     5-0-0 Unanimous.
1471
1472   V. APPROVE MINUTES
1473   050505-02 MOTION: To approve the minutes of April 15, 2005 as presented.
1474         Conn/ Dahlstrom               5-0-0 Unanimous.
1475
1476   VI. REPORTS
1477      JJ. Perfect Park Monument Implementation Committee: No report.
1478      KK.        Finance Committee: To be discussed during Agenda Item XI.G.
1479      LL.        Community Center Task Force.
1480      MM.        Representatives.
1481          1. Special Districts: No report.




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1482         2. Safety.
1483         3. IV Youth and Family Network.
1484         4. IV Parks Task Force (IVAOD).
1485       NN.     Isla Vista Foot Patrol: No report.
1486   VI. GM REPORTS
1487       A. General Manager's Report.
1488       B. Staff Priority List.
1489       C. Financial Report.
1490       D. Consider Items for Future Agendas.
1491   IX.A. CONSENT: REALLOCATION OF FUNDS FOR 2004-2005
1492   050505-03 MOTION: To reallocate $41,465.25 from line item account 7508,
1493   Legal Fees, to line item account 7835, Judgments and Damages.
1494        Brown/Conn                     5-0-0 Unanimous.
1495
1496   X.A. SALARY NEGOTIATIONS
1497   The General Manager indicated that there would be a board discussion during
1498   Closed Session. There was no public input.
1499
1500   X.B. BEACH ACCESSWAYS
1501   There was no public input.
1502
1503   X.C. SB STUDENT HOUSING CO-OP EVENT ON MAY 14, 2005
1504   **Directors Brown and Dahlstrom recused themselves from this discussion.
1505   Director Brown is a SBSHC board member, and Director Dahlstrom is a
1506   member of the SBSHC; being members and tenants of SBSHC, they had
1507   financial interests and might have had a conflict of interest.
1508
1509   6:40 P.M. DIRECTORS BROWN AND DAHLSTROM LEFT THE
1510   MEETING.
1511
1512   050505-04 MOTION: To grant a partial waiver of fees at $200 for the “Co-
1513   opula Concert”, a local bands showcase presented by the Santa Barbara Student
1514   Housing Cooperative on May 14, 2005 from 12:00 noon to 10:00 p.m. in
1515   Anisq’Oyo’ Park. The Board finds that the SBSHC’s proposal to present local
1516   bands, theater, and spoken word performers provides a unique and colorful
1517   entertainment opportunity to the Isla Vista community. Because of this and
1518   their proposal to unite the local cooperative community, providing booths and
1519   speakers to educate community members on the benefits of the cooperative
1520   system, the Board finds that the benefits to the Isla Vista community outweigh
1521   any detriments caused by the waiver. SBSHC organizers will pay a deposit of
1522   $300 and park fees of $200, consistent with District Policy §9000.40 et seq. Event
1523   organizers are required to fulfill all other terms and conditions of the Park Use
1524   Permit.
1525         Conn/Burns                      3-0-0 Unanimous.
1526   Directors Brown and Dahlstrom did not vote on this item; see explanation
1527   above.**
1528


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1529   6:55 P.M.       DIRECTORS BROWN AND DAHLSTROM RETURNED TO
1530                   THE MEETING.
1531
1532   XI.A. CPI INCREASE / 1997 SPECIAL TAX FOR 2005-2006
1533   050505-05 MOTION: To adopt Resolution No. 050505-001 as presented in the
1534   packet, which increases the 1997 voter-approved Special Tax rates per bedroom
1535   and per business unit by 3.01%, per the CPI increase for 2005. The new charges
1536   per unit are reflected in the Resolution.
1537        Conn/Dahlstrom                       5-0-0 Unanimous.
1538
1539   XI.B. 1984 SPECIAL TAX LEVY
1540   050505-06 MOTION: To adopt Resolution No. 050505-002, levying the 1984
1541   voter-approved special tax for the 2005-2006 fiscal year.
1542        Conn/Brown                     5-0-0 Unanimous.
1543
1544   XI.C. VERNAL POOL STUDY
1545   050505-07 MOTION: To approve the restoration plan and budget as presented
1546   in the packet, for the Camino Lindo Vernal Pool.
1547         Conn/Dahlstrom                     5-0-0 Unanimous.
1548
1549   XI.D. GM PERFORMANCE EVALUATION
1550   ** There was no motion on this item. Directors Burns and Dahlstrom were
1551   appointed to work with District Staff on the mailing of surveys.
1552
1553   XI.E. UCSB DONATION
1554   050505-08 MOTION: To adopt Resolution No. 050505-003 as presented in the
1555   packet, accepting the 2004-2005 UCSB donation of $13,000, half of which will be
1556   directed toward District recreation programs ($6,500); and half of which will be
1557   directed toward Isla Vista Teen Center programming ($6,500). To direct Staff
1558   to send a copy of the signed Resolution to Yonie Harris, Dean of Students at
1559   UCSB.
1560         Brown/Burns                   4-1-0 Ayes: Brown, Burns, Dahlstrom,
1561   Green.
1562                                              Noes: Conn.
1563   **Director Conn stated for the record that her reason for voting against the
1564   motion was that she wanted to see more of the funds go to the District’s
1565   recreation programs.
1566
1567   XI.F. REVISED FEE SCHEDULE
1568   050505-09 MOTION: To discontinue all fee waivers for events in District parks,
1569   and remove §9000.040 from District Policy.
1570       To adopt District Policy §9000.031 “Recycling and trash fee”, to be amended
1571   as follows:
1572       “The District may charge a fee for recycling and trash bins, which shall be
1573   adjusted to cover actual District costs for providing two 4 X 4 yard bins, one for
1574   recyclables and the other for trash, at large events in Anisq’Oyo’, Estero and
1575   Greek Parks, or at any park event with amplified sound and/or expected
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1577   In addition to a 4 X 4 recycling bin, the park user will be required to place
1578   individual recycling bins beside trash receptacles in the park. At smaller events
1579   where 4 X 4 bins are not required, park users will be required to separate and
1580   bag recyclables and haul them to a recycling center.
1581       The recycling and trash fee covers part of the District’s cost for trash
1582   cleanup and is consistent with the District’s commitment to recycling, especially
1583   for large events where substantial amounts of recyclable materials are
1584   generated.”
1585
1586       To adopt District Policy §9000.032 “Host Fee”, as presented.
1587       To adopt District Policy §9000.033 “Electricity Fee”, with the following
1588   amendment:
1589   The first sentence shall read: “The District may charge an electricity fee of $15
1590   for any event using District park electrical outlets.”
1591   All Policy sections adopted herein shall go into effect as of July 1, 2005.
1592        Conn/Dahlstrom                 5-0-0 Unanimous
1593
1594   050505-10 MOTION: To approve the revised fee schedule for reservation of
1595   District parks and facilities as amended, approving a two-tier split fee schedule
1596   for events put on by Student Groups, Isla Vista Nonprofits and Isla Vista
1597   Residents in the first tier; and Nonresidents in the second tier (the second tier
1598   would be charged fees as originally proposed for 3rd tier.) To adopt an
1599   amendment to District Policy §9000.030, which reads: “The District shall offer
1600   lower fees to Student Groups, Isla Vista Nonprofits and Isla Vista Residents.
1601   The lower fees for Student Groups, Isla Vista Nonprofits and Isla Vista
1602   Residents are a way in which the District can show indiscriminate support for all
1603   events organized by local groups.” To approve an amendment to the fee schedule
1604   for “Children’s Park, Large Event”, charging a deposit of $250, consistent with
1605   the amount charged for other District parks. All changes to District Policy and
1606   the fee schedule shall go into effect as of July 1, 2005. Staff is instructed to make
1607   the necessary changes to the Park Use Permit to reflect these changes.
1608         Conn/Brown                      5-0-0 Unanimous.
1609
1610   XI.G. FUNDING FOR SKATEBOARD PARK
1611   050505-11 MOTION: To dedicate $317,814 of available Prop 12 & 40 funding
1612   towards the Skateboard Park component of the Isla Vista Community Center
1613   Project.
1614        Conn/Dahlstrom                   5-0-0 Unanimous.
1615
1616   8:25 P.M.       MEETING MOVED INTO CLOSED SESSION
1617
1618   XII. CLOSED SESSION
1619   **The General Manager announced that the following agenda items would be
1620   discussed in Closed Session:
1621          A. Conference with Labor Negotiators: Derek Johnson Designated
1622              District Representative. Service Employees International Union #620.
1623              Closed sessions with the local agency’s designated representative
1624              regarding salaries, salary schedules, or compensation paid in the form


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1625               of fringe benefits may include discussion of an agency’s available
1626               funds and funding priorities, but only insofar as these discussions
1627               relate to providing instructions to the local agency’s designated
1628               representative pursuant to §54957.6 of the Brown Act.
1629   9:15 P.M.     MEETING MOVED OUT OF CLOSED SESSION
1630   **The General Manager reported that the Board had considered the following
1631   agenda item in Closed Session:
1632
1633           XII.A. Conference with Labor Negotiators: Derek Johnson Designated
1634           District Representative. Service Employees International Union #620.
1635           Closed sessions with the local agency’s designated representative
1636           regarding salaries, salary schedules, or compensation paid in the form of
1637           fringe benefits may include discussion of an agency’s available funds and
1638           funding priorities, but only insofar as these discussions relate to
1639           providing instructions to the local agency’s designated representative
1640           pursuant to §54957.6 of the Brown Act.
1641
1642   XII.A. LABOR NEGOTIATIONS
1643   **The Board passed the following motion in open session:
1644
1645   050505-12 MOTION: To approve the final agreement between the Isla Vista
1646   Recreation & Park District and SEIU Local 620, regarding salary inequity
1647   negotiations of May 2005.
1648        Dahlstrom/Green               4-1-0 Ayes: Brown, Burns, Dahlstrom,
1649      Green. Noes: Conn.
1650   **Director Conn stated for the record that her reason for voting against the
1651   motion was that she was opposed to a multi-year re-opener of the MOU with
1652   SEIU Local 620.
1653
1654   XIII. ADJOURNMENT
1655   9:20 P.M  THE MEETING WAS ADJOURNED.
1656
1657
1658   _________________________________           ________________________
1659   CHAIRPERSON                                 DATE
1660
1661
1662                         MAY 14, 2005 MEETING
1663   2:15 P.M.     THE SPECIAL MEETING/GRAND OPENING OF TRIGO-
1664   PASADO PARK ON SATURDAY, MAY 14, 2005 WAS CALLED TO ORDER
1665   BY CHAIRPERSON LOGAN GREEN at Trigo-Pasado Park, 6633 Pasado
1666   Road, Isla Vista, California.
1667
1668   II. WELCOME TO ALL PRESENT: MEMBERS OF THE PUBLIC; BOARD
1669   MEMBERS DAHLSTROM AND GREEN; AND STAFF MEMBERS
1670   JOHNSON, OSBORN, KAMM, WOMACK AND SCHEIDEMEN.
1671


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1672   2:30 P.M.       DIRECTOR CONN ARRIVED.
1673
1674   IV.A. GRAND OPENING OF TRIGO-PASADO PARK AT 2:45 P.M.
1675   The Board of Directors met with Staff members and members of the Public to
1676   celebrate the Grand Opening of Trigo-Pasado Park with a ribbon cutting, live
1677   music, refreshments, and a demonstration of the new climbing wall.
1678
1679   V. ADJOURNMENT AT 4:00 P.M.
1680
1681
1682   _________________________________        ________________________
1683   CHAIRPERSON                              DATE
1684
1685                                                   APPROVED MINUTES
1686                                                   PRINTED: July 19, 2011
1687
1688   6:05 P.M.     THE MEETING OF MAY 19, 2005 WAS CALLED TO ORDER
1689   BY CHAIRPERSON LOGAN GREEN at the District Office, 961 Embarcadero
1690   Del Mar, Isla Vista, California.
1691
1692   I. GENERAL ITEMS: Director Green encouraged public members who wished
1693   to speak during Vox Populi or agenda items to complete speaker slips.
1694
1695   II. WELCOME TO ALL PRESENT: MEMBERS OF THE PUBLIC; BOARD
1696   MEMBERS BROWN, BURNS, CONN, DAHLSTROM AND GREEN; AND
1697   STAFF MEMBERS JOHNSON AND OSBORN.
1698
1699   III.A. ANNOUNCEMENTS
1700
1701   III.B. VOX POPULI
1702
1703   IV. ADOPT AGENDA
1704   050519-01 MOTION: To adopt the agenda for May 19, 2005 as presented.
1705        Brown/Dahlstrom                5-0-0 Unanimous.
1706
1707   V. APPROVE MINUTES
1708   050519-02 MOTION: To approve the minutes of May 5, 2005 as presented.
1709         Brown/Dahlstrom                     5-0-0 Unanimous.
1710   **Minutes for April 21, 2005 were also on the agenda for this meeting, but were
1711   not included in the Board packet for review; they will be included on the next
1712   agenda for June 2, 2005.
1713
1714   VI. REPORTS
1715      OO.       Perfect Park Monument Implementation Committee: No report.
1716      PP. Finance Committee.
1717      QQ.       Community Center Task Force.
1718      RR.       Representatives.
1719          1. Special Districts.


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1720           2. Safety.
1721           3. IV Youth and Family Network.
1722           4. IV Parks Task Force (IVAOD).
1723       SS. Isla Vista Foot Patrol: No report.
1724   VI. GM REPORTS
1725       E. General Manager's Report.
1726       F. Staff Priority List.
1727       G. Financial Report.
1728       H. Consider Items for Future Agendas.
1729   VIII.A. APPEAL: ALTERNATIVE GRADUATION, JUNE 12, 2005
1730   Alternative Graduation organizers Molly Hahn and Andrea Angus gave a short
1731   presentation to the Board.
1732
1733   050519-03 MOTION: To waive park use fees at $200 for the use of Anisq’Oyo’
1734   Park for the Alternative Graduation Celebration on Sunday, June 12, 2005 in
1735   Anisq’Oyo’ Park from 1:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. The Board makes the finding that
1736   the waiver promotes an alternative ceremony that celebrates the individual
1737   accomplishments of graduating seniors who have shown social awareness and
1738   contributed to the health and diversity of the Isla Vista community, and provides
1739   a gathering place for families and friends of graduating seniors; therefore, the
1740   Board finds that the benefits of the waiver of fees and the variance to the Noise
1741   Ordinance outweigh any detriment to the Isla Vista community. Organizers will
1742   be required to pay a deposit of $300 and an Alcohol Permit fee of $10 and fulfill
1743   all terms and conditions of the Park Use Permit.
1744           Conn/Dahlstrom                      5-0-0 Unanimous.
1745
1746   X.A. BEACH ACCESS WAYS
1747   The General Manager gave an update on funding for this project. There was no
1748   public input.
1749
1750   XI.A. COUNTY AUDITOR-CONTROLLER
1751   County of Santa Barbara Auditor-Controller Bob Geis gave a presentation on
1752   the role of the Auditor-Controller, with his outlook and recommendations for
1753   the Isla Vista Redevelopment Agency.
1754   **There was no motion on this item.
1755
1756   8:05 P.M.       DIRECTOR GREEN CALLED A 15-MINUTE RECESS.
1757   8:20 P.M.       DIRECTOR GREEN CALLED THE MEETING TO ORDER.
1758
1759   X.B. TEEN CENTER LEASE
1760   There was no public input.
1761
1762
1763
1764
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1766   050519-04 MOTION: To authorize Staff to obtain a copier now, which is
1767   included in the Preliminary Budget for 2005-2006, with the understanding that
1768   the lease will begin as of July 1, 2005 and no payment will be due until after that
1769   date.
1770         Brown/Conn                      5-0-0 Unanimous.
1771
1772   XI.D. RIGHT OF ENTRY, GREEK PARK
1773   050519-05 MOTION: To approve the Right of Entry agreement with the
1774   County of Santa Barbara to construct a sidewalk on the southern portion of
1775   Greek Park, as presented in the packet; and to authorize the General Manager
1776   to work with County Public Works on slight revisions where needed.
1777        Dahlstrom/Brown                      5-0-0 Unanimous.
1778
1779   XI.C. BOARD ACCESS TO DISTRICT OFFICE & FACILITIES
1780   050519-06 MOTION: No Board member shall be allowed to keep a key to the
1781   District office or have unregulated access to District office and facilities. All
1782   access by Board members shall be regulated by the General Manager.
1783        Dahlstrom/Brown                        4-1-0 Ayes: Brown, Burns,
1784   Dahlstrom, Green. Noes: Conn.
1785
1786   XI.E. REALLOCATION OF FUNDS IN 2004-2005 BUDGET
1787   050519-07 MOTION: To reallocate funds in the 2004-2005 fiscal budget within
1788   our general operating account, Fund 4410, as shown in the table below:
1789
         Acct #            Name        Increase Decrease

             7090 Insurance                             $5,700
                  Operating
             7121 Supplies                  $900
             7508 Legal Fees              $2,000
             7510 Work Study              $1,200
             7653 Training                  $200
             7764 Refuse                  $1,400

        TOTALS                            $5,700        $5,700
1790
1791         Brown/Dahlstrom                       5-0-0 Unanimous.
1792
1793   XIII. ADJOURNMENT
1794   9:50 P.M  THE MEETING WAS ADJOURNED.
1795
1796
1797   _________________________________           ________________________
1798   CHAIRPERSON                                 DATE
1799
1800
1801
1802


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1803                               JUNE 2, 2005 MEETING
1804   6:05 P.M.     THE MEETING OF JUNE 2, 2005 WAS CALLED TO ORDER
1805   BY CHAIRPERSON LOGAN GREEN at the District Office, 961 Embarcadero
1806   Del Mar, Isla Vista, California.
1807
1808   I. GENERAL ITEMS: Director Green encouraged public members who wished
1809   to speak during Vox Populi or agenda items to complete speaker slips.
1810
1811   II. WELCOME TO ALL PRESENT: MEMBERS OF THE PUBLIC; BOARD
1812   MEMBERS BROWN, BURNS, CONN, DAHLSTROM AND GREEN; AND
1813   STAFF MEMBERS JOHNSON AND OSBORN.
1814
1815   III.A. ANNOUNCEMENTS
1816
1817   III.B. VOX POPULI
1818   Kris Miller-Fisher reported (later in the meeting) that some of the street trees
1819   planted by the County on Embarcadero Loop had been damaged.
1820
1821   IV. ADOPT AGENDAS
1822   050602-01 MOTION: To adopt the regular meeting agenda for June 2, 2005 as
1823   presented.
1824        Burns/Brown              5-0-0 Unanimous.
1825
1826   050602-02 MOTION: To adopt the special meeting agenda for June 2, 2005, to
1827   consider granting a leave of absence to Director Burns.
1828        Conn/Brown                    5-0-0 Unanimous.
1829
1830   050602-03 MOTION: To adopt the special meeting agenda for June 2, 2005, to
1831   consider recommending a name to the County of Santa Barbara for the 6700 Del
1832   Playa open space.
1833        Brown/Conn                 5-0-0 Unanimous.
1834
1835   V. APPROVE MINUTES
1836   050602-04 MOTION: To approve the minutes of April 21, May 14, and May 19,
1837   2005, as presented.
1838        Dahlstrom/Brown                5-0-0 Unanimous.




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1839   VI. REPORTS
1840      TT.      Perfect Park Monument Implementation Committee: No report.
1841      UU.      Finance Committee: No report.
1842      VV.      Community Center Task Force.
1843      WW.      Representatives.
1844         1. Special Districts: No report.
1845         2. Safety.
1846         3. IV Youth and Family Network.
1847         4. IV Parks Task Force (IVAOD): Meeting to be rescheduled.
1848
1849   VI. GM REPORTS
1850       I. General Manager's Report.
1851       J. Staff Priority List.
1852       K. Financial Report.
1853       L. Consider Items for Future Agendas.
1854   X.A. BEACH ACCESS WAYS
1855   **There was no motion on this item.
1856
1857   X.B. TEEN CENTER LEASE
1858   **There was no motion on this item.
1859
1860   X.C. 2005-2006 PRELIMINARY WORK-PLAN AND BUDGET
1861   **Changes to 2005-2006 Budget to be discussed during Item XI. B.
1862
1863   X.D. GENERAL MANAGER EVALUATION
1864   **There was no motion on this item.
1865
1866   SPECIAL MEETING AGENDA #2
1867   ITEM VI.A. TO CONSIDER RECOMMENDING A NAME TO THE COUNTY
1868   FOR THE 6700 DEL PLAYA OPEN SPACE
1869   050602-05 MOTION: To recommend to the County of Santa Barbara that the
1870   open space along the 6700 block of Del Playa Drive be named “Walter Capps
1871   Park”.
1872         Brown/Burns                  4-1-0 Ayes: Brown, Burns, Dahlstrom,
1873   Green. Noes: Conn
1874   **Director Conn stated for the record that she voted against the motion because
1875   she felt the meaning of the name was too vague, and she wanted the name to
1876   convey more of a message, e.g. “Lois and Walter Capps Park for Reconciliation
1877   and Healing.”
1878
1879   XI.A. RESOLUTION 050602-001, INTENTION TO LEVY ASSESSMENTS
1880   050602-06 MOTION: To adopt Resolution No. 050602-001 as presented,
1881   declaring the District's intention to levy and collect assessments and describing
1882   certain appurtenances and appurtenant work in Reassessment District 99-1; and
1883   describing the District to be assessed to pay the costs and expenses thereof; and
1884   approving the Engineer's Reports; and fixing a time and place for hearing
1885   protests on June 16, 2005 at 7:15 p.m.
1886          Dahlstrom/Brown               5-0-0 Unanimous.


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1887
1888   XI.B. DESIGNATION OF FUNDS TO ROPES COURSE
1889   050602-07 MOTION: To designate the balance in Account #7659 as of June 30,
1890   2005, to be used for a ropes course in the 2005-2006 Recreation budget.
1891          Conn/Dahlstrom               5-0-0 Unanimous.
1892
1893
1894   XI.D. REVIEW INVESTMENT POLICY
1895   The Board reviewed the Investment Policy and the latest investment earnings
1896   information received from the County Treasurer’s office.
1897   **There was no motion on this item.
1898
1899   XI.H. VERMICOMPOSTING PROPOSAL
1900   050602-08 MOTION: To approve the Vermicomposting Memorandum of
1901   Understanding with UCSB Associated Students as presented in the Board
1902   packet, with the following amendments:
1903   Section 4)d) shall read: “A.S. will hold at a minimum four (4) Vermicomposting
1904   workshops per year…”
1905   Section 5)a) shall read: “…any part may terminate this MOU upon 15 days’
1906   notice…”
1907   Section 5)b) shall read: “…A.S. shall remove all property and
1908   equipment…within 10 days…”
1909   Section 6)b) shall be added: “A.S. is prohibited from selling worms, castings or
1910   any other products from vermicomposting bins located on District Property.”
1911   Section 9)a)1) Change “A.S. WormCo” to “A.S. Dept. of Public Worms”.
1912        Brown/Conn                      5-0-0 Unanimous.
1913
1914   7:35 P.M.       DIRECTOR GREEN CALLED A 15-MINUTE RECESS.
1915   7:50 P.M.       DIRECTOR GREEN CALLED THE MEETING TO ORDER.
1916
1917   XI.G. FREE BOX RELOCATION
1918   **There was no motion on this item. The Board directed Staff to talk with Fr.
1919   Jon-Stephen Hedges and other clerical leaders and agencies in the community to
1920   explore another location for the Free Box program.
1921
1922   XI.E. ROTATION OF DISTRICT OFFICERS
1923   050602-09 MOTION: To elect Director Brown to serve as Chairperson, and to
1924   elect Director Burns to serve as Vice-Chairperson, from July 7, 2005 through the
1925   first meeting in January 2006.
1926         Dahlstrom/Brown        4-1-0 Ayes: Brown, Burns, Dahlstrom, Green.
1927   Noes: Conn.
1928   **Director Conn stated for the record that she voted against the motion because
1929   she felt it was counterproductive to name a Vice-Chairperson who would not be
1930   present to provide leadership, (ref. Director Burns’ requested leave of absence
1931   July-Aug 2005.)
1932
1933   8:15 P.M. DIRECTOR DAHLSTROM RECUSED HERSELF FROM
1934   BOARD DISCUSSION AND LEFT THE MEETING.
1935


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1936   XI.C. DIRECTOR DAHLSTROM’S LEAVE OF ABSENCE
1937   **Director Dahlstrom recused herself from the discussion.
1938   **There was no motion on this item.
1939
1940   8:30 P.M.       DIRECTOR DAHLSTROM RETURNED TO THE MEETING.
1941
1942
1943   XI.F. CANCELLATION OF MEETINGS
1944   050602-10 MOTION: To cancel the regular meeting scheduled for August 4,
1945   2005.
1946         Brown/Burns             5-0-0 Unanimous.
1947
1948   SPECIAL MEETING AGENDA #1
1949   ITEM VI.A. DIRECTOR BURNS’ LEAVE OF ABSENCE
1950   050602-11 MOTION: I move that this Board consents and permits Director
1951   Burns to be absent from the State of California for a period of 75 days,
1952   beginning on June 20, 2005, in accordance with the requirements of Sections
1953   1062 and 1770 of the California Government Code.
1954        Conn/Brown                    4-0-0 Unanimous. **Director Burns
1955   recused herself from the discussion and vote on this item. She left the dais, but
1956   stayed in the room to answer questions.
1957
1958   XIII. ADJOURNMENT
1959   9:10 P.M  THE MEETING WAS ADJOURNED.
1960
1961
1962   _________________________________          ________________________
1963   CHAIRPERSON                                DATE
1964
1965
1966                               JUNE 16, 2005 MEETING
1967
1968   6:05 P.M.     THE MEETING OF JUNE 16, 2005 WAS CALLED TO ORDER
1969   BY CHAIRPERSON BRYAN BROWN at the District Office, 961 Embarcadero
1970   Del Mar, Isla Vista, California.
1971
1972   I. GENERAL ITEMS: Director Brown encouraged public members who
1973   wished to speak during Vox Populi or agenda items to complete speaker slips.
1974
1975   II. WELCOME TO ALL PRESENT: MEMBERS OF THE PUBLIC; BOARD
1976   MEMBERS BROWN, BURNS AND CONN; AND STAFF MEMBERS
1977   JOHNSON AND OSBORN.
1978
1979   III.A. ANNOUNCEMENTS
1980
1981   6:08 P.M. DIRECTOR GREEN JOINED THE MEETING BY
1982   TELECONFERENCE.
1983   6:09 P.M. DIRECTOR DAHLSTROM ARRIVED.
1984


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1985   III.B. VOX POPULI
1986   Michael Bean called upon community members to play a role in taking care of
1987   the Free Box. Dougal House asked for the District to continue the Free Box
1988   program.
1989
1990   April Watson and Kim Baron requested on behalf of their parents’ group that
1991   the whirl be reinstalled at Tierra De Fortuna Park.
1992
1993   IV. ADOPT AGENDA
1994   050616-01 MOTION: To adopt the agenda for June 16, 2005 as presented.
1995        Burns/Dahlstrom                5-0-0 Unanimous.
1996
1997   V. APPROVE MINUTES
1998   050616-02 MOTION: To approve the minutes of June 2, 2005, with changes as
1999   follows:
2000        Line 74 should read: “…Lois and Walter Capps Park for Reconciliation
2001   and Healing.”
2002        Line 114 should read: “…to explore another location for the Free Box
2003   program.”
2004        Conn/Burns                    5-0-0 Unanimous.VI. REPORTS
2005       XX.       Perfect Park Monument Implementation Committee: No report.
2006       YY.       Finance Committee: No report.
2007       ZZ.       Community Center Task Force: Report by Derek Johnson.
2008       AAA.      Representatives.
2009          1. Special Districts: No report.
2010          2. Safety: Report by Derek Johnson.
2011          3. IV Youth and Family Network: IVYFN on sabbatical for summer
2012          months.
2013          4. IV Parks Task Force (IVAOD): No report.
2014
2015   VI. GM REPORTS
2016       M. General Manager's Report.
2017       N. Staff Priority List.
2018       O. Financial Report.
2019       P. Consider Items for Future Agendas.
2020   The Board was presented with a petition (319 signatures EO) with requests from
2021   Public Members Scott Bull, Mark Juergensmeyer, Vince Gobel, Soumil Mehta,
2022   Ed France, Harley Augustino, Lucero Marquez, Eric Cummings and Kim
2023   Baron, to consider enacting a bond measure or other means of raising funds to
2024   purchase “Volley Park” on the 6600 block of Del Playa. Mr. Juergensmeyer
2025   offered to contribute to attorneys’ fees to compose a ballot measure.
2026   6:50 P.M.       DIRECTOR BROWN CALLED A 10-MINUTE RECESS.
2027   7:00 P.M.       DIRECTOR BROWN CALLED THE MEETING TO ORDER.
2028
2029   050616-03 MOTION: To hold a special meeting to consider the purchase of
2030   blufftop properties and other District funding issues, and to consider placing a
2031   tax measure on the November 2005 election ballot (deadline July 7, 2005).
2032         Brown/Burns                  5-0-0 Unanimous.


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2033
2034   X.A. BEACH ACCESS WAYS
2035   The General Manager gave an update.
2036   **There was no motion on this item.
2037
2038   X.B. TEEN CENTER LEASE
2039   050616-04 MOTION: To approve the lease agreement with the Channel Islands
2040   YMCA for the Teen Center trailer located at 889 Camino Del Sur, for teen
2041   programming and services, as presented.
2042        Burns/Conn                  5-0-0 Unanimous.
2043
2044   X.C. GENERAL MANAGER PERFORMANCE EVALUATION
2045   **There was no motion on this item.
2046
2047   XI.A. RESOLUTION OF APPRECIATION FOR GOLETA VALLEY
2048   BEAUTIFUL
2049   050616-05 MOTION: To adopt Resolution No. 050616-001, recognizing and
2050   thanking Goleta Valley Beautiful for planting trees in Isla Vista parks.
2051        Conn/Burns                    5-0-0 Unanimous.
2052
2053   XI.D. JOINT PLANNING AGREEMENT WITH ST. ATHANASIUS
2054   050616-06 MOTION: To approve the Joint Planning Agreement with Saint
2055   Athanasius Church, as presented.
2056        Dahlstrom/Burns                5-0-0 Unanimous.
2057
2058   XI.B. FINAL WORK-PLAN & BUDGET FOR 2005-2006
2059   050616-07 MOTION: To adopt the final budget and work-plan for the 2005-
2060   2006 fiscal year recommended by the Finance Committee with Staff
2061   recommended changes as presented in the packet, with further amendments as
2062   follows:
2063          Increase Recreation Account 7659 by $3,374
2064          Increase Computer Account 8608 by $6,500
2065   The budget increase to Recreation Account supercedes Motion 050602-07, which
2066   designated the balance in Account #7659 as of June 30, 2005, to be used for a
2067   ropes course in 2005-2006.
2068        Conn/Burns                   5-0-0 Unanimous.
2069
2070   XI.B. CONT’D--STRATEGIC PLANNING EFFORT
2071   There was general agreement on the Board to begin the strategic planning effort
2072   in September or October 2005. **There was no motion on this item.
2073
2074   XI.C. FINAL ENGINEER’S REPORT FOR 2005-2006
2075   050616-08 MOTION: To adopt the 2005-2006 Engineer's Report for
2076   Reassessment District 99-01, and to set the annual levy in the total amount of
2077   $201,430, as specified in the final amended Engineer's Report.
2078        Conn/Dahlstrom                        5-0-0 Unanimous.
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2080   XI.E. GANN LIMIT 2005-2006
2081   050616-09 MOTION: To adopt a Gann Limit for fiscal year 2005-2006 fiscal
2082   year of $ 1,327,189.13 , as required by Proposition 111.
2083        Conn/Green                      5-0-0 Unanimous.
2084
2085   XI.F. REALLOCATION OF FUNDS FOR 2004-2005
2086   050616-10 MOTION: To approve a financial reallocation within our General
2087   Operating Account, Fund 4410, as shown in the table below.
                   Reallocation June 16, 2005

                        Acct #       Name             Increase    Decrease

                                Health
                           6600 Insurance              $ 203.00
                           7070 Household              $ 300.00
                                Maintenance of
                           7200 Parks                 $3,500.00
                                Administrative
                           7506 Fees                  $1,219.00

                           7508 Legal Fees            $3,000.00
                                Gas, Oil, and
                           7731 Fuel                  $ 445.00

                           6100 Salaries                          $4,500.00
                           7090 Liability Insurance                $ 912.00
                           7363 Equipment Maintenance              $ 455.00
                           7450 Office Supplies                    $ 600.00
                           7451 Postage                            $ 500.00
                                Equipment
                           7580 Rental                            $1,700.00


                      TOTALS                          $8,667.00 $8,667.00
2088
2089         Dahlstrom/Burns                     5-0-0 Unanimous.
2090
2091
2092   XIII. ADJOURNMENT
2093   8:20 P.M  DIRECTOR BROWN ADJOURNED THE MEETING.
2094
2095
2096   _________________________________         ________________________
2097   CHAIRPERSON                               DATE
2098                                                   APPROVED MINUTES
2099                                                   PRINTED: July 19, 2011
2100


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2101   11:05 A.M. THE SPECIAL MEETING OF JUNE 20, 2005 WAS CALLED
2102   TO ORDER BY CHAIRPERSON BRYAN BROWN at the District Office, 961
2103   Embarcadero Del Mar, Isla Vista, California; and Holiday Inn, 1 Holiday Inn
2104   Drive, Mt. Kisco, New York (Director Green participated by teleconference.)
2105
2106   I. GENERAL ITEMS: Director Brown encouraged public members who
2107   wished to speak during Vox Populi or agenda items to complete speaker slips.
2108
2109   II. WELCOME TO ALL PRESENT: MEMBERS OF THE PUBLIC; BOARD
2110   MEMBERS BROWN, CONN, AND DAHLSTROM; DIRECTOR GREEN
2111   PARTICIPATED BY TELECONFERENCE FROM HIS LOCATION IN MT.
2112   KISCO, NEW YORK; AND STAFF MEMBERS JOHNSON AND OSBORN.
2113
2114   ABSENT: DIRECTOR BURNS.
2115
2116   III.A. ANNOUNCEMENTS: None.
2117
2118   III.B. VOX POPULI: None.
2119
2120   IV. ADOPT AGENDA
2121   050620-01 MOTION: To adopt the agenda for June 20, 2005 as presented.
2122        Dahlstrom/Conn                 4-0-0 Unanimous.
2123
2124   V.A. BLUFFTOP ACQUISITION / TAX MEASURE
2125   Public comment was received on this item -- speaker slips are included in
2126   minutes.
2127
2128   050620-02 MOTION: To direct Staff and Legal Counsel to work with the Chair
2129   to develop a ballot measure to approve a special tax for purchase of Isla Vista
2130   blufftop property, to be placed on the November 2005 ballot.
2131         Brown/Conn                    4-0-0
2132
2133   11:45 A.M. THE MEETING MOVED INTO CLOSED SESSION
2134   Legal Counsel Tom Stone advised that the Board could move into Closed Session
2135   on an item not posted as a Closed Session item on the agenda, if it was
2136   determined that a threat of litigation had been issued. The General Manager
2137   read his statement (included in minutes) that verbal threats of litigation had




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2138   been received from Craig Geyer and the Isla Vista Property Owners
2139   Association, via Charles Eckert.
2140
2141   CLOSED SESSION
2142   The General Manager announced that the following agenda items would be
2143   discussed in Closed Session:
2144          V.A. Threat of Litigation, Pending Litigation. Pursuant to
2145          §54956.9(b)(3)(d) of the California Government Code, the Board may
2146          meet in closed session to discuss details of a lawsuit with Legal Counsel,
2147          pending litigation.
2148   12:15 A.M. MEETING MOVED OUT OF CLOSED SESSION
2149   The General Manager reported that the Board had considered the following
2150   agenda item in Closed Session:
2151
2152           V.A. Threat of Litigation, Pending Litigation. ; Pursuant to
2153           §54956.9(b)(3)(d) of the California Government Code, the Board may
2154           meet in closed session to discuss details of a lawsuit with Legal Counsel,
2155           pending litigation.
2156   **The General Manager reported that there was nothing required to be
2157   reported on Item V.A.
2158
2159   VI.    ADJOURNMENT
2160   12:20 A.M. MEETING WAS ADJOURNED.
2161
2162
2163   _________________________________           ________________________
2164   CHAIRPERSON                                 DATE
2165
2166                                JULY 1, 2005 MEETING
2167
2168   11:00 A.M. THE SPECIAL MEETING OF JULY 1, 2005 WAS CALLED TO
2169   ORDER BY CHAIRPERSON BRYAN BROWN at the District Office, 961
2170   Embarcadero Del Mar, Isla Vista, California.
2171
2172   I. GENERAL ITEMS: Director Brown encouraged public members who
2173   wished to speak during Vox Populi or agenda items to complete speaker slips.
2174




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2175   II. WELCOME TO ALL PRESENT: MEMBERS OF THE PUBLIC; BOARD
2176   MEMBERS BROWN, CONN, DAHLSTROM AND GREEN; AND STAFF
2177   MEMBERS JOHNSON AND OSBORN.
2178
2179   ABSENT: DIRECTOR BURNS.
2180   **Director Burns was unable to participate by teleconference from Michoacan,
2181   Mexico, due to a miscalculation in the posting requirements to comply with the
2182   Brown Act.
2183
2184   III.A. ANNOUNCEMENTS: None.
2185
2186   III.B. VOX POPULI: None.
2187
2188   IV. ADOPT AGENDA
2189   050701-01 MOTION: To adopt the agenda for July 1, 2005 as presented.
2190        Dahlstrom/Conn                 4-0-0 Unanimous.
2191
2192   V.A. BALLOT MEASURE FOR NOVEMBER 2005
2193   Discussion took place and public comment was received, (see speakers’ slips,
2194   included in minutes.)
2195   **There was no motion on this item.
2196
2197   V.B. APPROVAL OF SPECIAL TAX
2198   **There was no motion for Resolution No. 050701-001.
2199   050701-02 MOTION: To consider the creation of a Citizens’ Advisory
2200   Committee, to be placed on a future agenda.
2201        Brown/Green                  4-0-0 Unanimous.
2202
2203   11:55 A.M. DIRECTOR BROWN CALLED A 10-MINUTE RECESS.
2204   12:05 P.M. DIRECTOR BROWN CALLED THE MEETING TO ORDER.




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2205   V.C. DIRECTOR DAHLSTROM’S RESIGNATION
2206   050701-03 MOTION: To fill the vacancy created by Director Dahlstrom’s resignation
2207   (effective July 8, 2005) by appointing a new director, and to approve the Board Vacancy
2208   Procedure outlined in the Staff Report dated June 29, 2005, with amendments as
2209   follows:
2210         Item 2) should read: “…to the District office by Tuesday, August 16, 2005…”
2211         Item 3) should read: “…must attend the August 25, 2005 meeting…”
2212         Conn/Green                     4-0-0 Unanimous.
2213
2214   VII. ADJOURNMENT
2215   12:15 A.M. MEETING WAS ADJOURNED.
2216
2217
2218   _________________________________        ________________________
2219   CHAIRPERSON                              DATE
2220
2221                                 JULY 7, 2005 MEETING
2222
2223   6:15 P.M.      THE MEETING OF JULY 7, 2005 WAS CALLED TO ORDER BY
2224   CHAIRPERSON BRYAN BROWN at the District Office, 961 Embarcadero Del Mar,
2225   Isla Vista, California.
2226
2227   I. GENERAL ITEMS: Director Brown encouraged public members who wished to
2228   speak during Vox Populi or agenda items to complete speaker slips.
2229
2230   II. WELCOME TO ALL PRESENT: MEMBERS OF THE PUBLIC; BOARD
2231   MEMBERS BROWN, CONN AND DAHLSTROM; AND STAFF MEMBERS
2232   JOHNSON AND OSBORN.
2233
2234   ABSENT: DIRECTORS BURNS AND GREEN.
2235   Director Burns was unable to participate by teleconference from Michoacan, Mexico,
2236   due to a miscalculation in the posting requirements to comply with the Brown Act.
2237
2238   III.A. ANNOUNCEMENTS
2239   3rd District Supervisor Brooks Firestone announced a press release by Dr. Schulmann
2240   on West Nile Virus. Director Conn announced that the Park District would be
2241   cosponsoring summer movies in the parks, with Associated Students.
2242
2243   III.B. VOX POPULI
2244   Andrea Angus, Kirk Damer and Michael Bean spoke in support of the Free Box being
2245   returned to service. Michael Bean gave a report on his efforts to organize community
2246   members to maintain the box.
2247
2248   IV. ADOPT AGENDA
2249   050707-01 MOTION: To adopt the agenda for July 7, 2005 as presented.


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2250         Dahlstrom/Conn                       3-0-0 Unanimous.
2251
2252   V. APPROVE MINUTES
2253   050707-02 MOTION: To approve the minutes of June 16, 2005, as presented
2254        Conn/Dahlstrom                 3-0-0 Unanimous.
2255
2256   VI. REPORTS
2257      BBB.        Perfect Park Monument Implementation Committee: Next meeting July
2258      8, 2005 at the District Office.
2259      CCC.        Finance Committee: No report.
2260      DDD.        Community Center Task Force: Report by Derek Johnson.
2261      EEE.        Representatives.
2262          1. Special Districts: No report.
2263          2. Safety: No meeting.
2264          3. IV Youth and Family Network: IVYFN on sabbatical during summer
2265          months.
2266          4. IV Parks Task Force (IVAOD): No report.
2267
2268   VI. GM REPORTS
2269       Q. General Manager's Report.
2270       R. Staff Priority List.
2271       S. Financial Report.
2272
2273   X.A. BEACH ACCESS WAYS
2274   The General Manager reported the Park District would need to seek alternative sources
2275   of funding for repairs to beach access ways, due to a conflict between the proposed
2276   parking program and the MOU for Coastal Conservancy funding. *There was no
2277   motion on this item.
2278
2279   X.B. GENERAL MANAGER EVALUATION
2280   To be discussed in Closed Session. There was no public comment in Open Session.
2281
2282   X.C. APPROVAL OF SPECIAL TAX
2283   In reference to the outcome of the special meeting held July 1, discussions will continue
2284   at the Board and committee level, in view of placing a measure on the ballot for July
2285   2006.
2286
2287   XI.A. SKATEPARK PLANS
2288   Mike _______ and Jim Fitzpatrick presented informal plans and proposals for a
2289   skatepark in Isla Vista and offered their services. The Board considered placement of
2290   the facility, risk issues, and the merits of different designs, among other issues, and
2291   determined that further research was required. **There was no motion on this item.
2292
2293   VI.A GENERAL MANAGER REPORT (REVISITED)
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2295   8:47 P.M.       THE MEETING MOVED INTO CLOSED SESSION
2296
2297   XII. CLOSED SESSION
2298   **The General Manager announced that the following agenda items would be discussed
2299   in Closed Session:
2300        XII.A. Consider Public Employee Evaluation pursuant to #54957 of the
2301                 Government Code. Title: General Manager.
2302
2303   9:45 P.M.    THE MEETING MOVED OUT OF CLOSED SESSION
2304   **The Chairperson announced that the Board had completed the General Manager’s
2305   performance evaluation, Item XII.A. in closed session, pursuant to §54957 of the
2306   Government Code.
2307
2308   050707-03 MOTION: To grant a 2% pay increase to the General Manager, based upon
2309   his annual performance evaluation.
2310          Conn/Dahlstrom               3-0-0 Unanimous.
2311
2312   XIII. ADJOURNMENT
2313   9:47 P.M  DIRECTOR BROWN ADJOURNED THE MEETING.
2314
2315
2316   _________________________________      ________________________
2317   CHAIRPERSON                            DATE
2318
2319
2320                            AUGUST 25, 2005 MEETING
2321   6:00 P.M.      THE MEETING OF AUGUST 25, 2005 WAS CALLED TO ORDER BY
2322   CHAIRPERSON BRYAN BROWN at the District Office, 961 Embarcadero Del Mar,
2323   Isla Vista, California.
2324
2325   I. GENERAL ITEMS: Director Brown encouraged public members who wished to
2326   speak during Vox Populi or agenda items to complete speaker slips.
2327
2328   II. WELCOME TO ALL PRESENT: MEMBERS OF THE PUBLIC; BOARD
2329   MEMBERS BROWN AND GREEN; DIRECTOR BURNS PRESENT VIA
2330   TELECONFERENCE FROM MICHOACAN, MEXICO; STAFF MEMBERS
2331   JOHNSON AND OSBORN PRESENT AT THE MEETING.
2332
2333   6:03 P.M.       DIRECTOR CONN ARRIVED.
2334
2335   III.A. ANNOUNCEMENTS: None.
2336
2337   III.B. VOX POPULI: None.
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2339   IV. ADOPT AGENDA
2340   050825-01 MOTION: To adopt the agenda for August 25, 2005 as presented.
2341        Green/Conn               4-0-0 Unanimous.
2342
2343   V. APPROVE MINUTES
2344   050825-02 MOTION: To approve the minutes of June 20, 2005, with changes as
2345   follows:
2346   Line 12: The minutes should show that Director Green was present.
2347   Document change: All Unanimous votes should be changed to 4-0-0.
2348        Green/Conn                  4-0-0 Unanimous.
2349
2350   050825-03 MOTION: To approve the minutes of July 1, 2005 as presented.
2351        Green/Conn              4-0-0 Unanimous.
2352
2353   050825-04 MOTION: To approve the minutes of July 7, 2005 as presented.
2354        Conn/Green              3-0-1 Ayes: Brown, Burns, Conn. Abstained:
2355   Green.
2356
2357   050825-05 MOTION: To approve the minutes of May 5, 2005 as presented.
2358        Conn/Green              4-0-0 Unanimous.
2359
2360   VI. REPORTS
2361      FFF.        Perfect Park Monument Implementation Committee: No report.
2362      GGG.        Finance Committee: No report.
2363      HHH.        Community Center Task Force: Derek Johnson reported that the
2364      County Board of Supervisors voted $30,000 toward design work for a skatepark in
2365      Isla Vista.
2366      III. Representatives.
2367           1. Special Districts: Director Conn reported on a presentation by County
2368           Auditor-Controller Bob Geiss.
2369           2. Safety: No meeting.
2370           3. IV Youth and Family Network: IVYFN on sabbatical during summer
2371           months.
2372           4. IV Parks Task Force (IVAOD): No report.
2373
2374   VI. GM REPORTS
2375       T. General Manager's Report.
2376       U. Staff Priority List.
2377       V. Financial Report.
2378       W. Consider Items for Future Agendas.
2379
2380   XI.A. APPOINT NEW BOARD MEMBER
2381   The Board interviewed Eric Cummings and Sandra Reese for the open position. The
2382   third applicant, Arthur Kennedy, telephoned the Board Secretary prior to the meeting
2383   to withdraw his application. The item was discussed at length but not voted upon; it


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2384   was continued to a later time in the meeting, (see below.)
2385
2386   8:00 P.M.       DIRECTOR BROWN CALLED A 5-MINUTE RECESS.
2387   8:05 P.M.       DIRECTOR BROWN CALLED THE MEETING TO ORDER.
2388
2389   X.C. FREE BOX
2390   The GM gave a Staff Report. Michael Bean gave a report on behalf of “Friends of the
2391   Free Box.” Eighteen public members and two staff members gave comments, (see
2392   speaker slips, included in minutes.)
2393
2394   050825-06 MOTION: To reinstate the Free Box in its former position with guidelines
2395   posted at the box in Spanish and English.
2396          Conn/Green                 4-0-0 Unanimous.
2397
2398   IX.A. CONSENT: 2005-2006 BUDGET ALLOCATION
2399   IX.B. CONSENT: VERMICOMPOSTING CONTRACT
2400   050825-07 MOTION: To approve the reclassification of $93,000 in budgeted revenue
2401   for 2005-2006, from Fund 4410, line item 3010, Property Tax—to Fund 4410, line item
2402   4840, Other Intergovernmental Revenue; and to reallocate $2,000 from 9798 to 7120, to
2403   cover equipment repairs; and to approve the Vermicomposting Memorandum of
2404   Understanding between the Park District and the Regents of the University of
2405   California, as amended in this report.
2406          Brown/Green                 4-0-0 Unanimous.
2407
2408   IX.C. CONSENT: RESCHEDULE SEPTEMBER MEETING
2409   This item was re-agendized as New Business Item XI.E.
2410
2411   XI.A. APPOINT NEW BOARD MEMBER, CONTINUED
2412   050825-08 MOTION: To appoint Eric Cummings to serve on the Isla Vista Recreation
2413   & Park District Board of Directors for the remainder of Director Dahlstrom’s term
2414   (August 25, 2005 – December 2006.)
2415         Green/Burns                 3-1-0 Ayes: Brown, Burns, Green. Noes: Conn..
2416
2417   Director Brown issued the Oath of Office to Board-Appointee Eric Cummings, a
2418   Certificate of Appointment was signed, and Eric Cummings took his seat at the table.
2419
2420   10:00 P.M. DIRECTOR BROWN CALLED A 5-MINUTE RECESS.
2421   10:05 P.M. DIRECTOR BROWN CALLED THE MEETING TO ORDER.
2422   10:05 P.M. DIRECTOR BURNS LEFT THE MEETING (TELECONFERENCE
2423   DISCONNECTED.)
2424
2425   X.B. SKATEPARK PLANS
2426   **There was no motion on this item. Board members agreed in general terms to build
2427   the skatepark for a more difficult skill level (more height); and to secure CAPRI
2428   insurance plus additional insurance; and to use the management model with monitors.


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2429   As for the location, they agreed to move forward with plans to build the skatepark at
2430   the NE corner of Estero, with alternative sites to be explored during the CEQA process.
2431   The General Manager announced that the District would hold a concert on October 1,
2432   2005 in Anisq’Oyo’ Park to help raise funds for the skatepark.
2433
2434   XI.B. CITIZENS ADVISORY COMMITTEE
2435   050825-09 MOTION: To create a Citizens Advisory Committee with a charge and
2436   meeting schedule as outlined in the Staff Report dated August 17, 2005, pursuant to
2437   District Policies §§4060.10 and 4065 et seq. The CAC may be comprised of 15 people, 3
2438   appointed by each Board member, from the applications submitted.
2439          Cummings/Green                      3-0-0 Unanimous.
2440
2441   XI.C. DISTRICT COUNSEL
2442   Director Brown invited public comment; there was no public comment in open session.
2443   The General Manager announced that this item would be discussed in closed session.
2444
2445   XI.D. CREF FUNDING FOR BEACH ACCESS WAYS
2446   050825-10 MOTION: To adopt Resolution No. 050825-001, authorizing Staff to submit
2447   a 2006 Coastal Resources Enhancement Fund (CREF) application to assist with the
2448   renovation of beach access ways in Isla Vista.
2449          Conn/Logan                         3-0-0 Unanimous.
2450
2451   XI.E. RESCHEDULE SEPTEMBER MEETING
2452   050825-11 MOTION: To cancel the regular meeting scheduled on September 1, 2005 at
2453   6:00 p.m.; and to schedule a special meeting on September 1, 2005 at 4:00 p.m.
2454          Green/Conn                          3-0-0 Unanimous.
2455
2456   11:05 P.M.      THE MEETING MOVED INTO CLOSED SESSION
2457
2458   XII. CLOSED SESSION
2459   **The General Manager announced that the following agenda items would be discussed
2460   in Closed Session:
2461        XII.A. Consider Public Employee Appointment: District Counsel, in closed
2462                 session pursuant to §54957 of the California Government Code.
2463
2464   11:10 P.M. THE MEETING MOVED OUT OF CLOSED SESSION
2465   **The General Manager announced that the Board had considered Public Employee
2466   Appointment: District Counsel, in closed session pursuant to §54957 of the California
2467   Government Code. The General Manager announced that there was nothing required
2468   to be reported on Item XII.A.
2469
2470   XIII. ADJOURNMENT
2471   11:15 P.M DIRECTOR BROWN ADJOURNED THE MEETING.
2472
2473


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2474   _________________________________        ________________________
2475   CHAIRPERSON                              DATE
2476
2477
2478                           SEPTEMBER 1, 2005 MEETING
2479   4:00 P.M.  THE SPECIAL MEETING OF SEPTEMBER 1, 2005 WAS CALLED
2480   TO ORDER BY CHAIRPERSON BRYAN BROWN at the District Office, 961
2481   Embarcadero Del Mar, Isla Vista, California.
2482
2483   I. GENERAL ITEMS: Director Brown encouraged public members who wished to
2484   speak during Vox Populi or agenda items to complete speaker slips.
2485
2486   II. WELCOME TO ALL PRESENT: MEMBERS OF THE PUBLIC; BOARD
2487   MEMBERS BROWN, BURNS, CONN, CUMMINGS AND GREEN; AND STAFF
2488   MEMBERS JOHNSON AND OSBORN.
2489
2490   III.A. ANNOUNCEMENTS: None.
2491
2492   III.B. VOX POPULI: None.
2493
2494   IV. ADOPT AGENDA
2495   050901-01 MOTION: To adopt the agenda for September 1, 2005 as presented.
2496        Green/Conn               5-0-0 Unanimous.
2497
2498   V.A. CONSENT: COUNTY FUNDING FOR SKATEPARK & REVISIONS TO
2499   ESTERO MASTER PLAN
2500   V.B. CONSENT: CONTRACT WITH MDA JOHNSON FAVARO
2501   050901-02 MOTION: To approve the Agreement for Community Center Study
2502   Contribution, between the District and the County of Santa Barbara, as presented; and
2503   to approve the Professional Services Agreement with MDA Johnson Favaro for design
2504   services for the Estero Park Master Plan in the amount of $21, 882, as presented.
2505        Conn/Burns                    5-0-0 Unanimous.
2506
2507   VI.A. INTERVIEW AND SELECTION OF DISTRICT GENERAL COUNSEL
2508   The Board accepted public comment in open session.
2509
2510   4:10 P.M.       THE MEETING MOVED INTO CLOSED SESSION.
2511
2512   VIII. CLOSED SESSION
2513   **The General Manager announced that the following agenda items would be discussed
2514   in Closed Session:
2515   VIII.A.       Consider Public Employee Appointment: District Counsel, in closed
2516   session pursuant to §54957 of the California Government Code.
2517
2518   11:30 P.M.      THE MEETING MOVED OUT OF CLOSED SESSION


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2519   **The General Manager announced that the Board had considered Public Employee
2520   Appointment: District Counsel, in closed session pursuant to §54957 of the California
2521   Government Code. The General Manager announced that the Board had narrowed the
2522   candidates for District Counsel down to three; and that references on these three
2523   candidates would be solicited; and that responses from references would be discussed
2524   during closed session at a special meeting to be held on September 15, 2005, (meeting
2525   date later changed to September 22, 2005 EO), after which the Board’s decision would
2526   be announced in open session.
2527
2528   XIII. ADJOURNMENT
2529   11:35 P.M DIRECTOR BROWN ADJOURNED THE MEETING.
2530
2531
2532   _________________________________       ________________________
2533   CHAIRPERSON                             DATE
2534
2535                               SEPTEMBER 22, 2005 MINUTES
2536
2537   6:00 P.M.  THE SPECIAL MEETING OF SEPTEMBER 22, 2005 WAS CALLED
2538   TO ORDER BY CHAIRPERSON BRYAN BROWN at the District Office, 961
2539   Embarcadero Del Mar, Isla Vista, California.
2540
2541   I. GENERAL ITEMS: Director Brown encouraged public members who wished to
2542   speak during Vox Populi or agenda items to complete speaker slips.
2543
2544   II. WELCOME TO ALL PRESENT: MEMBERS OF THE PUBLIC; BOARD
2545   MEMBERS BROWN, BURNS, CONN, CUMMINGS AND GREEN; AND STAFF
2546   MEMBERS JOHNSON AND OSBORN.
2547
2548   III.A. ANNOUNCEMENTS: None.
2549
2550   III.B. VOX POPULI: None.
2551
2552   IV. ADOPT AGENDA
2553   050922-01 MOTION: To adopt the agenda for September 22, 2005 as presented.
2554        Green/Cummings                 5-0-0 Unanimous.
2555
2556   VI.A. INTERVIEW AND SELECTION OF DISTRICT GENERAL COUNSEL
2557   The Board accepted public comment in open session.
2558
2559   6:10 P.M.       THE MEETING MOVED INTO CLOSED SESSION.
2560
2561   VIII. CLOSED SESSION
2562   **Director Brown announced that the following agenda items would be discussed in
2563   Closed Session:


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2564         VIII.A. Consider Public Employee Appointment: District Counsel, in closed
2565                 session pursuant to §54957 of the California Government Code.
2566
2567   9:10 P.M.      THE MEETING MOVED OUT OF CLOSED SESSION
2568   **The General Manager announced that the Board had considered Public Employee
2569   Appointment: District Counsel, in closed session pursuant to §54957 of the California
2570   Government Code. The General Manager reported that the District had interviewed
2571   the following legal firms during closed sessions on September 1st and 22nd and, after
2572   considerable discussion, the Board had
2573   reached a decision.
2574
2575   Richards/Watson/Gershon
2576   Nordman Cormany Hair & Compton LLP
2577   Burke, Williams & Sorensen, LLP
2578   The Municipal Advocates Group, LLP
2579   Meyers Nave Riback Silver & Wilson
2580   Fox & Sohagi, LLP
2581
2582   Director Brown asked for public comment; there was no public comment.
2583
2584   050922-02 MOTION: To appoint Richards/Watson/Gershon to serve as General
2585   Counsel for the Isla Vista Recreation & Park District.
2586         Green/Cummings                      4-1-0 Ayes: Brown, Burns, Cummings,
2587   Green Noes: Conn
2588
2589   IX.    ADJOURNMENT
2590   9:15 P.M   DIRECTOR BROWN ADJOURNED THE MEETING.
2591
2592
2593   _________________________________         ________________________
2594   CHAIRPERSON                               DATE
2595
2596
2597
2598
2599
2600                            OCTOBER 6, 2005 MEETING
2601   6:03 P.M.      THE MEETING OF OCTOBER 6, 2005 WAS CALLED TO ORDER BY
2602   CHAIRPERSON BRYAN BROWN at the District Office, 961 Embarcadero Del Mar,
2603   Isla Vista, California.
2604
2605   I. GENERAL ITEMS: Director Brown encouraged public members who wished to
2606   speak during Vox Populi or agenda items to complete speaker slips.
2607



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2608   II. WELCOME TO ALL PRESENT: MEMBERS OF THE PUBLIC; BOARD
2609   MEMBERS BROWN, BURNS, CONN AND CUMMINGS; STAFF MEMBERS
2610   JOHNSON AND OSBORN.
2611
2612   III.A. ANNOUNCEMENTS
2613
2614   III.B. VOX POPULI: None
2615
2616   IV. ADOPT AGENDA
2617   051006-01 MOTION: To adopt the agenda for October 6, 2005 as presented.
2618        Conn/Burns               4-0-0 Unanimous.
2619
2620   V. APPROVE MINUTES
2621   051006-02 MOTION: To approve the minutes of August 25, 2005, as presented.
2622       Conn/Burns                      4-0-0 Unanimous.
2623
2624   051006-03 MOTION: To approve the minutes of September 1, 2005, as presented.
2625       Conn/Burns                      4-0-0 Unanimous.
2626
2627   051006-04 MOTION: To approve the minutes of September 22, 2005, as presented.
2628       Conn/Cummings                   4-0-0 Unanimous.
2629
2630   VI. REPORTS
2631      JJJ.     Perfect Park Monument Implementation Committee
2632      KKK.     Finance Committee
2633      LLL.     Community Center Task Force
2634      MMM. Representatives
2635         1. Special Districts
2636         2. Safety
2637         3. IV Youth and Family Network
2638         4. IV Parks Task Force (IVAOD)
2639
2640   VI. GM REPORTS
2641       X. General Manager's Report.
2642       Y. Staff Priority List.
2643       Z. Financial Report.
2644       AA.       Consider Items for Future Agendas.
2645
2646   IX.A. CONSENT: REALLOCATION OF FUNDS
2647
2648   051006-05 MOTION: To approve a reallocation of funds for 2005-2006 within our
2649   general operating fund, Account 4410, as shown in the table below:
                 Reallocation: October 6, 2005

                      Acct #            Name              Increase Decrease


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                     Revenue
                                 Property Tax Current
                            3010 Secured                   $24,417
                                 Rentals: Buildings and
                            3409 Land                                  $7,000
                            4272 SB 90 Mandated Costs       $9,344
                                 Intergovernmental
                            4840 Revenue                   $11,482
                                       Subtotals           $45,243     $7,000

                                   Net effect of revenue
                                   changes:                Increase of $38,243

                  Expenditures
                                 Workers
                                 Compensation
                            6900 Insurance                  $7,410
                            7460 Professional Services      $4,500
                            9798                                      $11,910
                                        Subtotal           $11,910    $11,910

2650
2651         Cummings/Conn                         4-0-0 Unanimous.
2652
2653   X.A. BEACH ACCESS WAYS
2654   The General Manager reported on application for CREF funding for repairs and
2655   improvements to beach access ways.
2656
2657
2658   X.B. ISLA VISTA SKATEPARK
2659   The General Manager gave an update on fundraising for the skatepark—the District is
2660   sponsoring an event in Anisq’Oyo’ Park on October 15th.
2661
2662   X.C. SELECTION OF DISTRICT GENERAL COUNSEL
2663   051006-06 MOTION: To approve the Agreement for Legal Services with Richards,
2664   Watson & Gershon as presented, to retain Attorneys Kevin Ennis and Roxanne Diaz as
2665   General Counsel.
2666        Cummings/Burns                     4-0-0 Unanimous.
2667
2668   XI.A. TEEN CENTER REPORT
2669   **This item was tabled because Teen Center Director Leonor Reyes was unable to
2670   attend the meeting.
2671



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2672   XI.B. DISTRICT CO-SPONSORSHIP OF CHARLIE JONES MEMORIAL
2673   051006-07 MOTION: To co-sponsor an event in Anisq’Oyo’ Park on November 6, 2005
2674   from 12:00 to sunset, in memory of Park District co-founder Charlie Jones. The Board
2675   finds that Mr. Jones contributed a great deal to the Park District and to the Isla Vista
2676   community over the years: He was a co-founder of the Jugglers’ Festival, served on the
2677   Park Board, worked as an employee of the Park District and supported Take Back the
2678   Night, among other things. The Board further finds that co-sponsorship honors the
2679   memory of a co-founder and the values that Charlie Jones brought to our community,
2680   and also benefits the community by offering a cultural event in the parks. Event
2681   organizers, “Friends of Charlie Jones”, will pay no fees or deposits for use of the park,
2682   except for the alcohol permit fee of $10.
2683         Conn/Burns                     4-0-0 Unanimous.
2684
2685   XI.C. CITIZENS ADVISORY COMMITTEE
2686   **This item was tabled due to lack of response to the call for applications. The Board
2687   agreed to reassemble the Community Center Task Force to address Community Center
2688   funding and outreach to the community.
2689
2690   7:25 P.M.       DIRECTOR BROWN CALLED A 10-MINUTE RECESS.
2691   7:35 P.M.       DIRECTOR BROWN CALLED THE MEETINT TO ORDER.
2692
2693   XI.F. HALLOWEEN/DIA DE LOS MUERTOS FESTIVAL UPDATE
2694   Event Coordinator Eddie Boquilla gave a report to the Board.
2695
2696   XI.E. SCHEDULE BOARD/STAFF RETREAT
2697   **There was no motion on this item. The Board agreed to re-consider this item at the
2698   December meeting, and to schedule the retreat in January 2006, after winter break.
2699
2700   XI.D. DIRECTOR CONN—REMOVAL FROM COMMITTEES
2701   **Discussion only—there was no motion on this item. The Board agreed to hire a
2702   mediator to help resolve tensions between Board members.
2703
2704   XIII. ADJOURNMENT
2705   8:50 P.M  DIRECTOR BROWN ADJOURNED THE MEETING.
2706
2707
2708   _________________________________         ________________________
2709   CHAIRPERSON                               DATE
2710
2711
2712                                NOVEMBER 3, 2005 MEETING
2713   6:00 P.M.     THE MEETING OF NOVEMBER 3, 2005 WAS CALLED TO ORDER
2714   BY CHAIRPERSON BRYAN BROWN at the District Office, 961 Embarcadero Del
2715   Mar, Isla Vista, California.
2716


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2717   I. GENERAL ITEMS: Director Brown encouraged public members who wished to
2718   speak during Vox Populi or agenda items to complete speaker slips.
2719
2720   II. WELCOME TO ALL PRESENT: MEMBERS OF THE PUBLIC; BOARD
2721   MEMBERS BROWN, BURNS, CUMMINGS, AND GREEN; STAFF MEMBERS
2722   JOHNSON AND OSBORN.
2723
2724   III.A. ANNOUNCEMENTS
2725
2726   III.B. VOX POPULI: None
2727
2728   IV. ADOPT AGENDA
2729   051103-01 MOTION: To adopt the agenda for November 3, 2005 as presented.
2730        Green/Cummings           4-0-0 Unanimous.
2731
2732   V. APPROVE MINUTES
2733   051103-02 MOTION: To approve the minutes of October 6, 2005, as presented
2734       Green/Burns              4-0-0 Unanimous.
2735
2736   VI. REPORTS
2737      NNN.     Perfect Park Monument Implementation Committee
2738      OOO.     Finance Committee
2739      PPP.     Community Center Task Force
2740      QQQ.     Representatives
2741         1. Special Districts
2742         2. Safety IV Youth and Family Network
2743         3. IV Parks Task Force (IVAOD)
2744
2745   VII. GM REPORTS
2746      BB.     General Manager's Report.
2747      CC.     Staff Priority List.
2748      DD.     Financial Report.
2749      EE.     Consider Items for Future Agendas.
2750
2751   VIII. APPEALS: None.
2752
2753   IX. CONSENT: None.
2754
2755
2756   X.A. BEACH ACCESS IMPROVEMENTS
2757   The General Manager gave a brief update on funding for Beach Access improvements.
2758
2759   6:30 P.M.       DIRECTOR CONN ARRIVED.
2760
2761   XI.A. 2004-05 FISCAL YEAR AUDIT


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2762   051103-03 MOTION: To approve the 2004-2005 fiscal year audit as presented.
2763         Green/Burns                   4-0-1 Ayes: Brown, Burns, Cummings, Green.
2764   Abstained: Conn.
2765   **This item was revisited at the end of the meeting.
2766
2767   XI.B. NAME FOR COMMUNITY CENTER PROJECT
2768   051103-04 MOTION: To appoint Directors Brown and Burns to serve on an ad-hoc
2769   committee to collect name suggestions for the community center project and come back
2770   to the Board with name recommendations to be discussed at the regular meeting on
2771   February 2, 2006; Director Green will make technical changes to the website in order to
2772   solicit name suggestions.
2773         Green/Cummings                      5-0-0 Unanimous.
2774
2775   X.B. TEEN CENTER REPORT
2776   The Board received a presentation from Director Leonor Reyes on Teen Center
2777   programs and funding; and six teen members reported briefly on their activities at the
2778   Teen Center. The Board also received a brief report from Francisca Lizana, who works
2779   as the Youth and Family Advocate Counselor.
2780   **There was no motion on this item.
2781
2782   XI.C. DIRECTOR CONN’S CITY REPAIR PRESENTATION
2783   051103-05 MOTION: To accept the oral report and slide presentation by Director
2784   Conn on her District-sponsored attendance of The Village Building Convergence in
2785   Portland, Oregon in May 2005. The Board acknowledges that the report did not occur
2786   at the next regular Board meeting after Director Conn’s return, per District Policy No.
2787   4090.40.
2788         Cummings/Conn                       5-0-0 Unanimous.
2789   **Director Green stated that he chaired the meeting on June 2, 2005, and did not
2790   schedule a presentation by Director Conn because there were too many other items on
2791   the agenda. Director Brown stated that Policy No. 4090.40 was too aggressive and
2792   requested that it be amended.
2793
2794   8:00 P.M.       DIRECTOR BROWN CALLED A 10-MINUTE RECESS.
2795   8:10 P.M.       DIRECTOR BROWN CALLED THE MEETING TO ORDER.
2796
2797   XI.D. AGREEMENT WITH SB COUNTY FOR DOWNTOWN PARKS PLANNING
2798   051103-06 MOTION: To approve the letter agreement between the District and the
2799   County of Santa Barbara as presented, for purposes of carrying out a jointly funded
2800   planning project for downtown Isla Vista Parks, with the following amendment:
2801        Page 25, Section 8 shall read: “…and shall constitute grounds for termination by
2802   The Agency. The Agency hereby agrees…”
2803         Conn/Burns                    4-1-0 Ayes: Brown, Burns, Cummings, Green.
2804                                             Noes: Conn.
2805   **Director Conn asked that the downtown planning study take into consideration the
2806   oak woodland and other native plants contained in Perfect Park, and stated her reasons


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2807   for voting against the motion as follows: The planning of downtown parks was an
2808   attempt to usurp parkland for the benefit of the business district, which was not
2809   consistent with the District’s mission; and the Anisq’Oyo’ Amphitheater was an historic
2810   park feature that should be preserved.
2811
2812   XI.E. FUNDING AGREEMENT WITH GOLETA VALLEY TRUST
2813   051103-07 MOTION: To approve the funding agreement between the District and the
2814   Goleta Valley Land Trust, as presented, for the planning of downtown parks.
2815          Green/Cummings             4-1-0 Ayes: Brown, Burns, Cummings, Green.
2816                                             Noes: Conn.
2817
2818   XI.A. 2004-05 FISCAL YEAR AUDIT--REVISITED
2819   051103-08 MOTION: To reconsider the original motion on Agenda Item XI.A.
2820         Conn/Burns              5-0-0 Unanimous.
2821
2822   051103-09 MOTION: To accept the 2004-2005 fiscal year audit as presented.
2823         Green/Conn               5-0-0 Unanimous.
2824
2825   XII.    CLOSED SESSION: None.
2826
2827   XIII. ADJOURNMENT
2828   8:30 P.M  DIRECTOR BROWN ADJOURNED THE MEETING.
2829
2830
2831   _________________________________        ________________________
2832   CHAIRPERSON                              DATE
2833
2834
2835                                DECEMBER 1, 2005 MEETING
2836   6:00 P.M.     THE MEETING OF DECEMBER 1, 2005 WAS CALLED TO ORDER
2837   BY CHAIRPERSON BRYAN BROWN at the District Office, 961 Embarcadero Del
2838   Mar, Isla Vista, California.
2839
2840   I. GENERAL ITEMS: Director Brown encouraged public members who wished to
2841   speak during Vox Populi or agenda items to complete speaker slips.
2842
2843   II. WELCOME TO ALL PRESENT: MEMBERS OF THE PUBLIC; BOARD
2844   MEMBERS BROWN, BURNS, CONN, CUMMINGS, AND GREEN; STAFF
2845   MEMBERS JOHNSON AND OSBORN.
2846
2847   III.A. ANNOUNCEMENTS
2848
2849   III.B. VOX POPULI: None.
2850
2851   IV. ADOPT AGENDA


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2852   051201-01 MOTION: To adopt the agenda for December 1, 2005 as presented.
2853       Cummings/Burns            5-0-0 Unanimous.
2854
2855   V. APPROVE MINUTES
2856   051201-02 MOTION: To approve the minutes of November 3, 2005, as presented
2857       Green/Burns              5-0-0 Unanimous.
2858
2859   VI. REPORTS
2860      RRR.     Perfect Park Monument Implementation Committee
2861      SSS.     Finance Committee
2862      TTT.     Community Center Task Force
2863      UUU.     Representatives
2864         1. Special Districts
2865         2. Safety IV Youth and Family Network
2866         3. IV Parks Task Force (IVAOD)
2867
2868   VII. GM REPORTS
2869       FF. General Manager's Report.
2870       GG.        Staff Priority List.
2871       HH.        Financial Report.
2872   II. Consider Items for Future Agendas
2873   JJ. VIII. APPEALS: None.
2874
2875   IX. CONSENT
2876   Consent Item A. was moved to New Business XI.H for discussion.
2877
2878   X.A. BEACH ACCESS IMPROVEMENTS
2879   The Chair invited public comment. There was no public comment on this item.
2880
2881   X.B. BOARD/STAFF RETREAT
2882   051201-03 MOTION: To hold the annual District Board/Staff Retreat on Monday,
2883   February 13, 2006 from 12:00pm to 5:00pm.
2884        Conn/Burns                  5-0-0 Unanimous.
2885
2886   XI.A. IVPIC FUNDRAISING MOU
2887   051201-04 MOTION: To approve the Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) between
2888   the District and the Isla Vista Public Improvement Corporation (IVPIC) for
2889   fundraising purposes, as presented.
2890        Green/Cummings                  5-0-0 Unanimous.
2891
2892   XI.B. APPOINTMENT OF PUBLIC MEMBERS/COMMUNITY CENTER TASK
2893   FORCE
2894   051201-05 MOTION: To appoint public members Catherine Boyer, LuAnn Miller, Fr.
2895   Jon-Stephen Hedges, Yonie Harris, Jamie Goldstein, Joel Rodriguez-Flores, and the
2896   Isla Vista Foot Patrol Lieutenant (currently Lt. Sol Linver) to serve on the Community


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2897   Center Task Force from January 15, 2006 through the first Board meeting in January
2898   2007. In consideration of the PAC recommendation, the Board accepts Joel Rodriguez-
2899   Flores’ late application.
2900          Green/Burns                5-0-0 Unanimous.
2901
2902   XI.C. APPOINTMENT OF BOARD MEMBERS TO FINANCE AND PERSONNEL
2903   COMMITTEES
2904   051201-06 MOTION: To appoint Directors Cummings and Brown to serve on the
2905   Finance Committee from January 15, 2006 through the first Board meeting in January
2906   2007.
2907         Green/Burns              5-0-0 Unanimous.
2908
2909   051201-07 MOTION: To appoint Directors Green and Burns to serve on the Personnel
2910   Committee from January 15, 2006 through the first Board meeting in January 2007.
2911   To direct Staff to publish notices announcing three positions on each of the Personnel
2912   and Finance Committees open to public members. Current public members will
2913   continue to serve on the respective committees until new members are appointed in
2914   February 2006.
2915        Green/Burns                     5-0-0 Unanimous.
2916
2917   XI.D. CANCELLATION OF MEETING ON JANUARY 5, 2006
2918   051201-08 MOTION: To cancel the regular Board meeting scheduled on Thursday,
2919   January 5, 2006.
2920         Green/Cummings          5-0-0 Unanimous.
2921
2922   XI.E. AMENDMENT TO DISTRICT POLICY §4090.40
2923   Public comment was received from Craig Geyer.
2924
2925   051201-09 MOTION: To amend District Policy §4090.40 as follows: “…Directors will
2926   either prepare a written report for distribution to the Board, or make a verbal report
2927   during the next regular meeting of the Board; if it is not feasible to report at the next
2928   regular meeting, the Director will report during the first meeting where a presentation
2929   can be agendized, and no later than six months after training.
2930          Green/Cummings                      5-0-0 Unanimous.
2931
2932   XI.F. TILE INSTALLATION CONTRACT
2933   051201-10 MOTION: To authorize the Chair and General Manager to enter into a
2934   contract with the lowest responsible bidder for installation of tile flooring at the District
2935   Office.
2936           Green/Cummings                    5-0-0 Unanimous.
2937
2938   XI.H. REALLOCATION OF FUNDS 2005-2006
2939   051201-11 MOTION: To approve the financial reallocation for 2005-2006 as shown in
2940   the table below:
2941


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                                   Account    Name       Increase Decrease

                                      6100 Salaries                 $8,000
                                      6300 Overtime       $1,000
                                           Equip.
                                      7120 Maint.         $1,500
                                      7200 Maintenance    $5,000
                                      7653 Training                 $1,000
                                           Del Mar
                                      8310 Seville        $4,111
                                      9798 Contingency              $2,611

                                   Totals                $11,611   $11,611
2942
2943           Conn/Burns                     5-0-0 Unanimous.
2944
2945   XI.G. EMILY KING LAWSUIT
2946   The Board received public comment from Courtney Warehouse, Jessica Lebovits and
2947   Bob Lovgren.
2948
2949   7:10 P.M.       THE MEETING MOVED INTO CLOSED SESSION.
2950
2951   XII. CLOSED SESSION
2952   The General Manager made the following announcement before going into closed
2953   session:
2954       A. Consider lawsuit: Existing Litigation, Emily King v. County of Santa Barbara,
2955          Isla Vista Recreation and Park District, and Regents of the University of
2956          California-State of California, Case No. 01168553, Superior Court, County of
2957          Santa Barbara. Pursuant to §54956.9 of the California Government Code, the
2958          Board may meet in closed session to discuss details of a lawsuit with Legal
2959          Counsel, existing litigation.
2960   8:10 P.M.       THE MEETING MOVED OUT OF CLOSED SESSION.
2961   The General Manager announced that the Board discussed Agenda Item XII.A., and
2962   there was nothing required to be reported.
2963
2964   XIII. ADJOURNMENT
2965   8:30 P.M  DIRECTOR BROWN ADJOURNED THE MEETING.
2966
2967
2968   _________________________________             ________________________
2969   CHAIRPERSON                                   DATE
2970
2971                          END OF 2005 CALENDAR YEAR MINUTES



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