March 9, 2010 - Emmanuel Presbyterian Church
26 in attendance and 5 board members present (33 total)
Meeting lasted 2 hours, 3 minutes
7:09 President Thomas Boes called meeting to order
A motion to pass February meeting minutes was made, seconded, and passed (1 obs/1 abj)
PRESENTATION: Tim Woodly from West Linn/Wilsonville School District with Karina Ruiz and Theo Waburt of Architectural firm Dull Olson Weeks presented their design to renovate Cedaroak Park Primary School. Plans are to enlarge and open up the library, create an outdoor amphitheater classroom by the gully and remove the cafeteria by turning it into more learning space, children will now be eating their lunches in their classrooms. Principal Cathy Miller was also present to answer questions.
Treasure Report was given by Robert, started at 1837.32 less 111.43 ending 1725.89 (– childcare and refreshments for this special meeting)
ANNOUNCEMENTS: There will be a Planning Commission Meeting on 17th about Transmission tower. Trillium Creek Restoration grant was supported by metro, now applying for a matching grant, should begin by the summer of 2011. OSU tree school will be March 20th. Police station ballet will be on May 18th. Trimet has eliminated route 154 to Willamette. The Film “Sea of Change” will be shown on the 20th at Maddox Woods. May 15th will be the Lock Festival, and the City needs volunteers for it.
CITY COUNCIL REVIEW: They passed the Pedestrian and Bike enhancement and Safe Routes to schools unanimously, also received an ODOT grant of 85,000 to help with this. They approved the resolution to create an Economic Development Committee with the amendment by Councilor Burgess that it consist of 5 representatives of business community, 1 representative from the Chamber of Commerce and 4 who are appointed by City Council. Also they debated proposed revisions to the CDC related to the Historical Districts.
UPDATES: Sat 13th the league of neighborhoods will be having a meeting on the financing of the new WLPD. April 10th will be the May primaries. Libby Barg of Barney & Worth, Inc. representing the Lake Oswego-Tigard Water Partnership was on hand to answer questions regarding of the water treatment facility on Kenthorpe to facilitate their new combined needs. She was invited to the next meeting and asked to bring a copy of the L.O. water rights. Members of RNA have formed a Canoe/Kayak club and invited anyone interested to join and advised that anything over 10ft long is now required to have a river permit.
COMMITTEE REPORTS: PLANNING: Kevin address again that there will be a hearing on Mar 17th on the additional 10ft of the cell tower planned by AT&T. RNA NODE: Randall summarized the meeting with Parks director Ken W. and is requesting anyone interested in being involved to sign up also there will be an outdoor cleanup on May 1st. RIVER: Marshall said it sounds like they are going to leave ramp where it is and extend the dock out farther and angle it downriver. PARKS: Don said the meetings on trails were positive and theme was on school safety routes (1 mile primary, 1 and ½ for other schools). Also a requested trail across the L.O. water property might be challenging due to Homeland Security issues. Bathrooms are still online for parks, no idea where the porta potty for Midhill Park went. Michael Monical requested a “time sensitive” request for up to $50 for the research copy fees needed to locate the parks boundaries. Don made the motion, there were several seconds, and it passed unanimously. STREAMS: Andy said the county would pay for stream signs, and perhaps we should have a contest to design them. REPCO, Esther said still waiting to hear back from TVF, State Geology,“Map your Neighborhood”.
OLD BUSINESS: Motion to modify RNA-SRNA boundary was made, discussed briefly, and passed unanimously.
Leo motioned to adjourn meeting, there were several seconds.
9:12 Meeting adjourned.