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KCAC Jan 2010 Meeting Summary

KCAC Jan 2010 Meeting Summary

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Minutes from the January meeting of the Kingston Citizen Advisory Council.
Minutes from the January meeting of the Kingston Citizen Advisory Council.

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 KINGSTON CITIZEN ADVISORY COUNCIL AGENDA
January 6, 20107:00 PM – 9:00 PMMEETING LOCATION:
North Kitsap Fire & Rescue Headquarters on Miller Bay Road
 7:00 INTRODUCTORY ITEMSOpening CommentsIntroductionsReview/Approve MinutesCorrespondence7:15 FEATURED SPEAKER Kitsap County Commissioner Steve BauerDiscussion on next steps for the Downtown Kingston Master Plan8:00 COUNTY REPORT8:10 OLD BUSINESSKCAC 2010 Goals & 2009 Accomplishments document review/approval8:15 KCAC SUB-COMMITTEE REPORTSParks & Open Space Committee – Walt ElliottWSF Committee – Walt ElliottCommunication Committee8:30 COMMUNITY REPORTSKiwanis – Alex ThomsenDowntown Kingston Association – Nancy MartinRotary Club – Clint BoxmanFriends of the Library – Jan RichardsSchools Update – Chris CaseChamber Of Commerce – Tom WaggonerCarpenter Lake/Creek – Steve Heacock Kingston Stakeholders – Rick LanningKingston Farmer’s Market – Liz Henden Village Green Foundation – Dave WetterKingston Garden Club – MaryAnn Harris8:45 NEW BUSINESS8:50 OPEN COMMENT PERIOD/GENERAL ANNOUNCEMENTS9:00 ADJOURN
 
*** Next Meeting, Wednesday, February 3, 2010 ***
 
 KINGSTON CITIZENS ADVISORY COUNCIL
 
Summary
January 6, 2010 MeetingPresent
Greg Platz, Co-Chair, School ParentSteve Heacock, Carpenter Lake/Creek Walt Elliott, Parks Trails & Open Space and WSF Advisory subcommittees Alex Thomsen, Kingston KiwanisRick Lanning, Kingston StakeholdersTom Waggoner, Kingston Chamber of CommerceNancy Martin, Kingston Garden Club and Downtown Business AssociationBetsy Cooper, Member At LargeNaomi Maasberg, Member At Large
Excused
Denise Lietz, Co-Chair, Member At LargeJan Richards, Friends of the Kingston LibraryLiz Henden, Farmers MarketChris Case, North Kitsap School District Annie Humiston, At Large, Roads SubcommitteeClint Boxman, Kingston-North Kitsap Rotary
Non-voting member
Dave Wetter, Village Green (awaiting county approval of appointment)MaryAnn Harris, Kingston Garden Club (awaiting county approval of appointment)
Kitsap County Representative
Pete Sullivan, Associate Planner, Department of Community Development
Meeting called to order at 7:03 p.m.
Minutes
The December minutes were approved with the amendment that the DowntownKingston Master Plan was partially approved by county commissioners, MSP.
Correspondence
Co-Chair Greg Platz said that Mary Kulish was resigning as KCAC after tonight’s meetingand encouraged members to pass the word and contact him if they know of anyonewilling to fill the position.Platz announced that new members MaryAnn Harris, who will be representingthe Kingston Garden Club, and Dave Wetter, the Village Green representative, aresitting with council members and can participate in discussions but cannot not vote astheir membership is pending County approval of the group’s updated bylaws. Thechange in bylaws added the Village Green seat and a seat for the Downtown Kingston
 
 Association (a seat that will be filled by Nancy Martin who had been representing thegarden club).
Featured Speaker: Kitsap County District 1 Commissioner Steve Bauer
Bauer first addressed the issue of the ferry reservation system, which has beendelayed for Kingston until at least 2015 while it is tried more extensively in the SanJuan Islands. He said that regardless of the state’s decision regarding the reservationsystem for Kingston he got the state to agree to keep the local advisory group activeand informed.Regarding the Kingston Downtown Master Plan, Bauer said he realizes it was abig effort on everyone’s part to create the plan and understands people’s frustrationwhen the plan got to the county commissioners and it didn’t pass muster.The commissioner expressed three points of concern about the plan: that all thecommunity know about it and embrace it, that a structure for installing and paying forany necessary stormwater system changes or upgrades be established, and that adistrict-wide solution to parking be addressed.KCAC members and audience members shared their thoughts and feelingsabout the process by which the Downtown Kingston Master Plan was created, theresources available, and the results.Bauer, the KCAC board, and the Kingston Downtown Master Plan committeemembers agreed to meet before the Feb. 3 KCAC meeting to begin to iron out theissues that forestalled complete approval of the plan.
County Report
Pete Sullivan, Associate Planner, Department of Community Development, said that theBoard of County Commissioners is slated review the Hearing Examiner’srecommendation to approve the Arborwood development agreement on Jan. 25. Henoted that it was not a hearing.He said the county’s Transportation Improvement Plan was approved; it includesthe construction of the Miller Bay Road Bike Trail.He said the U.S. Census is coming up and that a lot of money is potentially atstake for Kitsap County. He said about $1,400 a person is allocated for each personcounted. He encouraged people to fill out their forms and mail them in from their Kitsapresidence, if that is their primary address.(Sullivan’s written report is attached at the end of these minutes.)
Old Business
KCAC 2010 Goals & 2009 Accomplishments document review/approval. (The entiredocument is attached at the end of these minutes.)Platz said that the document is similar in scope to what the advisory councilsubmitted last year.KCAC member Walt Elliott said that the group’s work toward the development of The Village Green Park should be included in accomplishments.Betsy Cooper asked about the omission of the annual open house event. Platzsaid that there is a question about it so he and his co-chair Denise Lietz decided toleave it off the list.Hearing no other comments, Platz said he would update the document andsubmit it along with estimated volunteer hours to the county.

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