8.2 SR 01-18-2022
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8.2 SR 01-18-2022
2/14/2022 1:03:56 PM
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Request for Action <br />To <br />Item Number <br />Mayor and City Council <br />8.2 <br />Agenda Section <br />Meeting Date <br />Prepared by <br />General Business <br />January 18, 2022 <br />Michael Hecker, Parks and Recreation Director <br />Item Description <br />Reviewed by <br />Naming Two Softball Fields at Lion John Weicht <br />Cal Portner, City Administrator <br />Park —John Barth Fields <br />Reviewed by <br />Action Requested <br />Adopt, by motion, naming the two softball fields the John Barth Fields <br />Recommend, by motion, waiving the policy requirement to wait two years for a deceased person before a <br />naming opportunity can be considered. <br />Background/Discussion <br />Mayor John Dietz completed an application to name the two softball fields at Lion John Weicht Park the <br />John Barth Fields. The application has all the documentation that meets the criteria for the official naming. <br />Mayor Dietz also requested waiving the requirements in the naming policy that the naming for a deceased person <br />must wait at least two years so signage can be installed in the spring of 2022. <br />Both motions were recommended by the Parks and Recreation Commission on January 12 by a vote of 3-2. <br />The purpose of the naming policy is to establish a systematic and consistent approach for the official naming of <br />parks and recreation areas and facilities. The policy was approved by the Commission and City Council in <br />November of 2012. <br />The policy has been used for Lion John Weicht Park and the Dave Anderson Athletic Complex. <br />Financial Impact <br />The cost to do a basic metal sign is about $400 in-house. The cost to install a new sign as part of the city's <br />wayfinding program is estimated at $13,000 in addition to installation costs. <br />Attachments <br />Letter and Application for the naming of the John Barth Fields <br />Parks and Facilities Naming Policy <br />Naming Policy Parks Commission and City Council Minutes <br />The Elk River Vision <br />A welcoming community with revolutionary and spirited resourcefulness, exceptional,` 01 e <br />service, and community engagement that encourages and inspires pi ospei ly INAWRE1 <br />
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