02-03-16 PRC Agenda Packet
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Parks and Recreation Commission <br />Meeting Minutes <br />Council Chambers <br />990 Palm Street <br />San Luis Obispo, CA 93401 <br />Wednesday, January 6, 2016, 5:30 p.m. <br />CALL TO ORDER: Chair Davis called the meeting to order at 5:31 p.m. <br />ROLL CALL: Chair Jeff Whitener and Commissioners Ryan Baker, Michael Parolini, Ron <br />Regier, Susan Olson, Doug Single and Susan Updegrove <br />ABSENT: <br />COUNCIL: None <br />STAFF: Shelly Stanwyck, Melissa Mudgett, Devin Hyfield, Shawn Tucker <br />Public Comment <br />None <br />CONSIDERATION OF MINUTES of Regular Meeting of December 2, 2015 <br />MOTION: (Regier/Updegrove) Approve the Minutes of December 5, 2015 as amended. <br />Approved: 6 yes: 0 no: 1 absent (Single) <br />COMMUNITY INPUT FOCUS: AQUATICS (Hyfield/Tucker) <br />Director Stanwyck introduced the Recreation Supervisor (Devin Hyfield) and Aquatics Coordinator <br />(Shawn Tucker) for an overview of the SLO Swim Center programs and practices. <br />City staff provided an overview of the SLO Swim Center facilities which includes an Olympic size <br />pool, therapy pool, two bathhouse, multi-purpose room and onsite building maintenance offices. The <br />SLO Swim Center has been in operations since 1979. The Swim Center is operated by Parks and <br />Recreation Department and maintained by the Public Works Department Building Maintenance staff. <br />The annual operating budget for Parks and Recreation is $327,900 in expenses and $242,675 <br />collected in annual revenues. This does not include the Public Works Maintenance budget for the <br />swim center. Staff Tucker summarized recent minor capital projects and upgrades to the facility, <br />such as restroom and locker room upgrades. <br />Staff Tucker provided an overview of the most recent pool replastering capital project which <br />included drain and fixture upgrades required for code compliance. The project began in August <br />2015 and will be re -opened for public use on January 18, 2016. Ribbon cutting ceremony will be <br />held on February 8th at 4:00pm. <br />Staff Tucker introduced a new swim program "100 Mile Club" as a way to encourage and challenge <br />guests to swim 100 miles in one year or less as a way to encourage overall patron health. He <br />explained what happens at the pool on a regular routine basis which includes partnership uses <br />1-1 <br />
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