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June 13, 2024

Public Notice: AGENDA FOR SPECIAL MEETING ASHLAND PARKS & RECREATION COMMISSION

The logo of the Ashland Parks & Recreation Commission.
February 2, 2024

February 7, 2024
Council Chambers – 6 p.m.
1175 E Main St

I. CALL TO ORDER

II. APPROVAL OF MINUTES
a. APRC Study Session – January 3, 2024

III. ADDITIONS OR DELETIONS TO THE AGENDA

IV. PUBLIC FORUM

V. CONSENT AGENDA

VI. DIRECTORS REPORT

VII. BUSINESS
a. APF Butler-Perozzi Fountain Restoration Project Update/Request for Action on the RFP (Action)
b. Resolution of Support for Extending/Connecting the Central Bike Path (Action)
c. Volunteer in Parks Yearly Report for 2023 (Information)
d. Smart Rec Online Registration (Information)
e. Ivy/Waterline Project (Information)

VIII. ITEMS FROM COMMISSIONERS/STAFF
a. Liaison Report – ASAC meeting January 8, 2024 Commissioner Bachman

IX. UPCOMING MEETING DATES
a. Recreation Division Advisory Committee February 8 in person at the Lithia Cabin 4:00pm
b. APRC Study Session March 6 Electronic Meeting 6:00pm
c. Ashland Senior Advisory Committee March 11 in person at the Senior Center 3:30pm

X. LOOKAHEAD REVIEW

XI. ADJOURNMENT

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