303 W. Commonwealth AvenueWednesday, June 11, 20186:30 p.m.Public comment wilt be allowed on items o
n this Agenda at time each item is considered.Persons addressing the Commission Shan be Imted to three minutes. unless an extension oftime is granted by the Chairman. subject to approval Of the Commission. When any group ofpersons wishes to address the Commission, shall be proper for the Chairman to request that aspokesman be chosen to the group.
PUBLIC COMMENTPublic comments will also be allowed on items NOT on the agenda, but within the subjec
tmatter under jurisdiction of the Commission, prior to approval of the Minutes, and wül belimited to a total of thirty minutes and not to exceed five minutes per person. No onebe heard twice. Any public comments not received at the beginning of the session maybe heard after the regular item has been presented. NO action may be taken On off-agenda items, except as provided by law.ADA requirements: The City has equiprnent and services available to disabledpersons with communications at the public meeting, in compliance Wth fre requirementsOf Title II of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA). Should you require specialaccommodations to participate in a meeting, please email email@example.com orcall (714) 738-6582 at least 48 hours prior to the meeting to make arrangements.CONSENT ITEMS (Items 1 & 2)All matters listed under Consent Calendar are considered routine and will be enacted byone motion. There will be no separate discussion of these items prior to the time ofvoting on the motion unless members Of the Commission, staff or public request specificitems be discussed and/or removed from the Consent Calendar for separate action.
ADJOURNMENT*Written Material AttachedPage 2Any writings or documents provided to a majority of the P
arks and Recreation Commission regzfig anyitem on this agenda will be made available for public inspection at the Parks and Recreation Departmentfront counter in the basement of City Hall Ecated at 303 W. Avenue, Fullerton, Californiaduring normal business hours.
CALL TO ORDERChair Savage called the meeting to order at 5:30 p.m.
FLAG SALUTEVtce Chair Cox led the flag salute.
ROLL CALLPresent:Absent:Staff:Gretchen Cox, Erik Wehn, Jose Trinidad Castaneda Ill, Aaruni ThakurKar
en Lang-McNabb, Susan GapinskiParks and Recreation Director Hugo Curiel, Parks and Recreation SupervisorJohn Clements, Parks and Recreation Manager Amanda Arbiso, Parks andRecreation Manager Alice Loya, Park Project Specialist Doug Pickard, Parksand Recreation Supervisor Brian Yourstone and Parks and RecreationSupervisor Courtney Wysocki.
BUDGETSManager Loya presented both budgets. She said that the City is still in the process ofcorrect
ing a structural deficit, therefore this is a one year budget. She also said thatstaff is working to reduce expenditures, creating revenue-generating ideas, maintainingservice levels with less staff, and eliminating programs that are not well attended.The following facilities and park improvements were discussed: Union Pacific Parkimprovements, Acacia Park Fullerton Greenbelt improvements, Pacific Drive Park andIndependence Park pool.
PUBLIC COMMENTChris Heusser spoke about Hillcrest Park and the CIP.David Curlee spoke about Hillcres
t Park.Public Comments were closed.Chair Savage asked Director Curiel to explain how maintenance is budgeted forHillcrest Park. Director Curiel explained that maintenance of parks has always beenallocated in the Public Works budget.MOTION by Vice Chair Cox to approve 2018-19 Operating and CIP budget.SECONDED by Commissioner Thakur.
PARKS AND RECREATION DEPARTMENTManager Loya presented that 66% Of the budget is revenue. She stated
that fieldpermit fees are increasing, along with toumament fees, field turf painting, and picnicrentals for large groups. The fee to rent Chapman Community Center was reduced toincrease rentals. She spoke about Fullerton Fit Club rates. Summer playgroundregistration was being reduced from $40 to $20, including a $5 per-sibling discountwhich was not included in the staff report. She asked that if the Commission approvesthe reduction in Summer playgrounds, a motion modifying the Fee Resolution isneeded.Manager Loya said that staff added fees for Fullerton residents to rent the Great Lawnat Hillcrest Park, the fee will be $1.000 for a 6 hour block, for non-residents $1.500 for a
PARK SYSTEM INVENTORY/AMENITIES REVIEWDirector Curiel said that this item was in response to a reque
st by the Commission.Parks Project Specialist Pickard gave a timeline and spoke about how parkland wasacquired. He spoke about the three different categories of parks: specialized, greenbeltand preserves (like Pooch Park).Supervisor Clements reviewed the growing and changing park inventory as a result ofvandalism, remodeling, or equipment aging out. He said that in 1997 an architect Washired to review 600 acres of parkland, not including the trails.Parks md Recreation AgendaApril 18, 2018Page 4Parks Project Specialist Pickard spoke about park renovation and maintenance. Hedisplayed a list of current and pending Capital Improvement Projects (CIP) for.Woodcrest Park, Independence Pool renovation, Rolling Hills Park, Hillcrest Park DuckPond, Fullerton Community Center Fit Club Expansion, Pacific Drive Park, HillcrestPark lower picnic area, and Acacia Park.Non-CIP projects include: Amerige Field Improvements/Renovation, Laguna Lakelandscape & amenities improvements. and Lions Field/Hillcrest stairs.Commissioner Thakur asked about Laguna Lake improvements. Paulette Marshallasked about the leak that was fixed. Director Curiel responded that the waterdepartrnent anticipates positive results, but a true test is going through a fu" cycle Ofone to two years.Vice Chair Cox asked for an update on Pearl Park negotiations with multiple owners.Director Curiel said that staff is now in process of getting the last three or four propertyowners to hopefully agree soon.Vice Chair Cox asked about Rolling Hills Park. Director Curiel said that many differentOpinions were presented at community meetings. Neighbors begin agreeing after twoor three meetings. Another community meeting should be scheduled in June.
COMMISSION/STAFF COMMUNICATIONSDirector'; Comments:Director Curiel spoke about the Hillcrest Park ri
bbon cutting invitation for 5/5 at 2:30.Manager Arbiso spoke about:Camp Hillcrest — spring Camp had 39 participantsParks and Recreation Commission AgendaApril 18.2018page SFishing Derby had 900 participants, which was the highest attendance ever and morecatfish and trout than normal were deliveredMarket re-opened - best opening ever in spite Of high windsTrivia night 3rd ThursdayConcerts in the Park begin Wed, 7/11 ending 8/8. Three concerts will be at FullertonSports Complex and the last two concerts will be at the Great Lawn area at Hillcrest ParkDirector Curie! gave an update on the Commission/Committee reorganization that Councilvoted on recently. All Commissions will be reduced to five appointed members with nodistrict residency requirements and members must now serve on one committee at atime.Chair Savage commented on how awesome Hillcrest Park is. He asked that we addnaming a field at Chapman Park after an East Fullerton Little League volunteer to thenext agenda.Commissioner Castaneda enjoyed Arbor Day tree planting at Acacia Park.Commissioner Wehn asked about the expansion of concerts in the park.Thakur MADE A MOTION to adjourn at 7:45 p.m., SECONDED byCommissioner Wehn
264 trees plantedCrews focusing on necessary removals. emergency call outs and new treemaintenanceAr
bor Day 2018 trees are establishing nicely and putting on new growth(2) replacement and (8) new trees planted adjacent to the Hillcrest Park PineForest StaiMayTree service worker responded to 79 service requestsRed Imported Fire Ant activity was not reported in April I Honey Bee activity was
3.Landscape Division Crews completed the following projects in April of 2018beyond standard maintena
nce duties.Replaced pole on swing gate at J Cooke TrailAdded Park Hours sign at San Juan ParkHomeless cleanups around townValencia vacant lot cleaned and sprayedDecomposed granite installed by entrance sliding gate at Dwayne Winters fieldRemoved broken play equip with skip loader at Rolling Hills School ParkCleaned and organized Warburton storage area with loader
•Sprayed trails for weedsTree well hole covers fabricated and installed on 100 blk. AmerigeFence rep
air on Euclid at Bud Turner Trail due to TC• Installed temp trash cans for Love for Science at City HallResponded to major tree calls due to wind storm April 13The Landscape Division received and responded to 22 service requests in April.Dennis Quinlivan, Deputy Director Of Public Works
3. Landscape Division Crews completed the following projects in May Of 2018beyond standard maintenan
ce duties.• Tree Deck installed around the base Of the Thuja Tree at Amerige ParkStaff installed wooden posts and added decomposed granite for improvedpedestrian safety at the 100 Blk. East and West Commonwealth Avenue• and on 1-5 trail bridge (Brea Dam)FertiNzed au sport fieldsHomeless cleanups performed Brea Dam Area and Bastanchury ParkRepared Laguna Lake aeration pipesNew sign installed at Laguna LakeCautionary BBQ paht touched up at Laguna Lake and Brea DamCalsense controller and elect box cleanup at Harbor and Brea Blvd due to trafficTrail work completed at Puente, Fairway Village, St. Jude. Hughes TrailsHillcrest fountain area weedhg and slope cleanup• Corrvlete power washing at train stationPower wasNng at Hilcrest Pavilion and TerracesPower washing at Richman ParkOrnarnental at Community centerAerathn fertilization of Community Center courtyard areaPunch list follow up at Hillcrest Fotmtain landscape itemsLandscape Division received and responded to 16 service requests in May.Dennis Quinlivan, Deputy Director of Public Works
SUMMARYBuilding and Facilities, including Electrical, received 230 citywide service requests(includi
ng Streetlights) for the month of April 2018.Building and Facilities, including Electrical, received and responded to 88 servicerequests for the Parks and Recreation Department for the month of April 2018.Service request calls include general repair or replacement of:
SUMMARYBuilding and Facilities, including Electrk:al, received 213 citywide service requests(includi
ng Streetlights) for the month Of May 2018.Building and Facilities, including Electrical, received and responded to 81 servicerequests for the Parks and Recreation Department for the month of May 2018.Service request calls include general repair or replacement of:
SUMMARYBuilding and Facilities, including Electrical, received 230 citywide service requests(includi
ng Streetlights) for the month Of April 2018.Building and Facilities, including Electrical, received and responded to 88 servicerequests for the Parks and Recreation Department for the month Of April 2018.Service request calls include general repair or replacement of:PlumbingElectricalPools, Independence and Community CenterPlayground EquipmentGeneral Maintenance including:
FISCAL IMPACTSNone. The league would pay for a commemorative sign to install on to the field #1 back
DISCUSSIONSteve Macchia was a volunteerwith the East Fullerton Little League for over 15 years. He s
tartedas a coach, served on the board. as an umpire, as trainer of umpires, and finally took on the roleof field groomer. As a coach he taught children how to love the game of baseball. As an umpirehe taught children to respect the game. As a field groomer, he ensured children played on clean,safe fields. He took fastidious care of the fields at Chapman ParkCurrently there are only three baseball fields and one football field dedicated to past volunteers.Nicolas Park baseball field is named after James Carter; Fullerton Sports Complex has onebaseball field named after Gary Carter; the Amerige Stadium baseball field is named after DuaneWinters, a former Mayor of Fullerton; and the Lions Field football field is named after JackHutcherson.At its January 14, 2013 meeting. the Parks and Recreation Commission approved an update toCity Council Resolution No. 6278, A Guide for the Naming of Public Parks and RecreationFacilities. This update included a clearer definition of a recreational facility and the parameters fornaming one. It also added a fifth naming category. "After prominent individuals with a Fullertonconnection that represent or exemplify a highly-valued ideal to be commemorated.• The otherfour categories are historical leaders, donors, native trees, and area flora.Chapman park BaseballJune 11.2018page 2The 2013 to Resolution No. 6278 was not taken to the City Council for approval.Therefore, a recornmendation by Commission to approve the naming Of Chapman Park field#1 will go to Council with Commission's prior recommendation from 2013 to amend Resolution #
303 W. Commonwealth AveFullerton, CA 92832Re: Park Field NamingMr. Clemmts,On behalf of East Fullert
on Little League, I am requesting that Chapman Park Field I be named Steve MacchiaField. In Oc±r, 2017 the Board of Directors of East Fullenon Little League voted unanimously to supportrenaming of the field.Steve Macchia begm volunteering with East Fullerton Little League in the early 2000's. He coached several hisson's tearns as a volunteer from the T-ball division (five-year-olds) to the Junior division (13 and 14-year-olds).During that time Steve also volunteered as a board rnember for the league. He took on the very tedious role offield coordinator was responsible for the maintenance and preparation of ail the playing fields at ChapmanPark. Steve spent thousands of hours on tir fields watering, mowing, and manicuring them. Because of Steve'swork on the fields, thousands Of children in the East Fullerton community were able to enjoy a clean aryl safebaseball field to play on.When Steve's Wn entered high school, he continued to serve the East Fullerton community. Though he Was nolonger coaching or on the Board of Directors, Steve was still seen out on the field at Chapman Park watering,trimming, and mowing. Many times teams would u•rive at park and find the fields prepped for games. Stevehad taken time to prepare fields just to help.Around 2008 Steve began to umpire baseball games for Ea.q Fullerton Little League. His knowledge andof the game allowed him to be one of the most consistent and knowledgeable umpires on the field.He always took the time to educate the players, and the coaches, about the game when umpiring. He laterbecune an umpire trainer and helped develop many young 1%npires. Many are still officiating today.In 2016, Steve was diagnosed with advanced stage liver carrer. Even though he was undergoing chemotherapyhe still wanted to be on the field. When he was feeling strong enough he would umpire games. Steve alwayssaid that being on the field was like therapy to him. Chaprnan Park was truly his happy place. Even when Stevehad no energy to umpire he still wanted to help by doing evaluations of younger umpires to give them feedbackmd n*ntor them to improve.Attachment 1In September, 2017 Steve lost his battle with cancer. His passing was a huge loss to the East Fullenon LittleLeagtr and the baseball community in Fullerton. The naming of Field I at Chapman park wouldthat the dedication *Nice Steve provided to the community will never forgotten.TonyUmpire-in-ChiefBoard of DirectorsEast Fullerton Little League
POLICYThe City of Fullerton Park and Recreation Cotxnission shall assume theresponsibility for the n
aming Of all public parks and recreation facilitiesWithin the corporate Limits o E the City Of Fullerton. They review allrecontaended names and make their recomendations to the City Council forthe Council's review and final adoption.
OBJECTIVESTo establish a procedure regarding the naming OE existing andfuture parks and recreational
facilities which assure good tasteand cornunity compatibility.To name parks and recreational facilities so they vill be easilyIdentified and compliment the area in Vhlch they are located.TO encourage the dedication Of land or funds for public recreationaluse by individuals or groups to perpetuate their names in a usefulmanner, such as a public park or recreational facility.
PRINCIPLESAll neighborhood parks which are adjacent to schools may be namedafter the school.Communit
y parks and those neighborhood parks not adjacent to a school(a) After Cali tornla native trees.(b) After significant leaders and events in the history of Fullerton,State of California or United States of America.(c) After individuals or groups that dedicate services. land. facilitiesor funds to the City of Fullerton.(d) TO ribe the flora of the area. or any unique or distinctgeographical or environoentaipark names should not be similar Ln sound or spelling to avoid eon—fusing Identification.Attachment 2(Continued)Res . No.
DISCUSSIONResolutbn NO. 6278 adopted in 1977 to guze the Parks andComrnission in naming public parks
and recrea60n During a review Of a sportsfield naming request, at the October Parks and Recreation Cornmissbn, was dearas to what the definition Of a recreation facility was and what the parameters were fornaming orz Resolution No. 6278 ßcused mainly on Of parks but pveguidanæ for facilities.
A recreation facility is a desiYied to provde a recreatbnal savze or futfill arecreational need. A r
ecreation facility could be a buiHing, sports fieW, orskateboard park to name just a few possibilities. in additm, a recreation facuity couldcontain multiple recreational componentnacilities inside. A@rnmunity center is arecreational facility that houses many separate areas that qually as recreatbn fael&son their own. For example, a community center contain clasgooms, fitnessAttachment 3and Jam" 14, 3Of poncy Naming Park. androoms, swimming pooh gymnasiums, galleries, and courtyards. All of facilitiesmay be named separately.The changes to the resolution are as
2. Public and recreation faclllüøsnot adjacent to a school may be narned:(a) After Califomia native
trees(b) After significant and events in the history of Fullerton, State OfCalifornia or United States of America.(c) After individuals or groups that dedicate services, land, facilities or funds toCity Of Fullerton.(d) TO describe the flora Of the area, or any unique or distinct geographbal orenvironmental location.(e) Aner prominent Individuals wit' a Fullerton connecdon repre•entor exemplify a highly-valued Ideal to be commemorabd.