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PARKS AND RECREATION TEAM REPORT 3-21-12 LMS

Representatives from the Softball Association were present at the March 20 meeting of the city’s Parks and Recreation Committee Team and terms for a workable agreement between the association and the city were reached.

Parks and Recreation Team Chairman Jim Kluesner told the March 21 meeting of the Salmon City Council the usage agreement will be prepared for signatures.

City Parks Superintendant Charlie Cockrell will check on what work needs to be done on park fences and how much it will cost. He will determine whether a co-op between the city and park users can be developed to help with costs. Cockrell will also inventory everything that needs to be replaced or repaired and for insurance purposes will inspect the wooden bleachers at the girls softball field.

Kluesner said the Golf Course has $1500 towards replacement of a four by eight foot sign that was damaged at City Park. Sacajawea Center Director Judy Barkley said she would like a similar sized sign for the Center placed below the replacement sign. Cost for a new City Park sign is estimated at $650.

The team changed the word ‘contract’ to ‘agreement’ on the Hockey Association agreement and sent it on to the council for approval. The council gave it to City Attorney Fred Snook for review.

The Parks and Recreation Team discussed the annual Haying and Irrigation lease agreement at length. A rewritten agreement will be sent to the Finance Team for input.

Kluesner said the subject of forming a Recreation District was tabled until the team’s next meeting which is set for April 17 at 11 AM in the Salmon Valley Center meeting room.


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