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File #: 19-781    Version: 1 Name:
Type: Public Hearing/General Business Status: Agenda Ready
File created: 6/14/2019 In control: Council and Authorities Concurrent Meeting
On agenda: 7/9/2019 Final action:
Title: Action on a Written Petition submitted by Jerry R. Patrignani requesting an Update and Potential Action on Lawn Bowl Clubhouse Project
Attachments: 1. Policy and Procedure 030 - Adding an Item on the Agenda, 2. Written Petition dated June 4, 2019 Jerry R. Patrignani, 3. TMAC, 4. POST MEETING MATERIAL
REPORT TO COUNCIL
SUBJECT
Title
Action on a Written Petition submitted by Jerry R. Patrignani requesting an Update and Potential Action on Lawn Bowl Clubhouse Project

Report
BACKGROUND
Council Policy 030 - Adding an Item on the Agenda (Attachment 1) sets forth the procedure for written petitions. Any member of the public may submit a written request raising any issue or item within the subject matter jurisdiction of the Council. Per the policy, the written request will be submitted on the agenda, in the form substantially provided by the requestor, without any staff analysis, including fiscal review, legal review and policy review. If a simple majority of the City Council supports further study of the request, then a full staff analysis shall be prepared within thirty (30) days, unless otherwise directed by the City Council.

DISCUSSION
The City Clerk's Office has received a Written Petition for Council consideration from Mr. Jerry R. Patrignani dated June 4, 2019 (Attachment 2) requesting an update and potential action on Lawn Bowl Clubhouse Project. The Council received an update on this matter on October 9, 2018 and an additional update on December 11, 2018. As part of the December 11 meeting staff presented three alternatives:

* Renovate the current clubhouse
* Replace the current modular Clubhouse with an in-kind modular building
* Replace the current modular Clubhouse with a new modular building that includes a bathroom, kitchenette, and aesthetic enhancements.

Council took no action on any of these policy options, but rather asked staff to fix any necessary health and safety improvements, explore the options of obtaining a used modular from the school district, and for the Lawn Bowl Club to pursue grants.

As reported on the January 28-February 8, 2019 City Manager's Blog staff completed the review of health and safety issues and the school district responded that it will need its inventory of portables and none are available. Additionally, on the...

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