RTC 00-230 - Youth Services Study (Study Issue), City of Sunnyvale

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					                                                                           APPENDIX D
                                       Bibliography

Findings from a Comprehensive Needs Assessment of Children and Families in
Sunnyvale Prepared for the City of Sunnyvale By Harder+Company Community
Research, June 2000.

RTC 98-446 – Develop Policy Framework for Determining and Evaluating Community
Recreation Fund Service Levels and Revenue to Expense Ratios (Study Issue), City of
Sunnyvale, 1998.

RTC 00-230 – Youth Services Study (Study Issue), City of Sunnyvale, 2000.

RTC 00-266 - Study Issue Exploring the Replicability of the Columbia Neighborhood
Center Service Delivery Model, Review of the Need for Family Support Services,
Bundled/Wrap-Around Social Services and Community Resource Information. City of
Sunnyvale, August 8, 2000.

RTC 00-033 – Park Capacity and Use Analysis. City of Sunnyvale, 2000.

RTC 01-033 – Consideration of Park Enforcement Issues and Adoption of Ordinance.
City of Sunnyvale, 2001.


RTC 02-369 – Orchard Heritage Park Master Plan. City of Sunnyvale, 2002.

RTC 03-361 – Proposed Revisions to Council Co-Sponsorship Policy. City of
Sunnyvale, 2003.

Draft RTC – City of Sunnyvale and Sunnyvale School District School Facility Needs
Study; City of Sunnyvale, 2005.

City of Sunnyvale Teen Recreation Needs Study, Prepared by Diane Brown of the Non-
Profit Assistance Group, Sebastopol, CA; October 1, 1998.

Report of Community Recreation Needs Assessment for the City of Sunnyvale;
Management Learning Laboratories, July 2002

Four-year Area Plan for Older Americans Act Services, Silicon Valley Council On Aging,
2005.

“2002 Senior Market Facts”, from SuddenlySenior.com.

Beyond 50, a report prepared by the Public Policy Institute, AARP, 2001.
“Secrets of Succesfully Advertising to Seniors”, Frank Kaiser, from
SuddenlySenior.com, 2005.



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“Growing Gray Tide Will Color Our Future”, Steven A. Capps, Sacramento Bee, June
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trendSCAN – May 2005, Leisure Lifestyle Consulting of Glastonbury, CT, California
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trendSCAN – March 2005, Leisure Lifestyle Consulting of Glastonbury, CT, California
Park & Recreation Society

trendSCAN – January 2005, Leisure Lifestyle Consulting of Glastonbury, CT, California
Park & Recreation Society

All Work and No Play? Listening to What Kids and Parents Really Want from Out-of-
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United States 2000 Census.

A World Apart in Silicon Valley - United Way Community Impact Report, United Way
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Association, 1996.




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