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KCAC April notes

KCAC April notes

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North Kitsap Fire Station on Miller Bay Road
7:00INTRODUCTORY ITEMSOpening CommentsIntroductionsReview/Approve MinutesCorrespondenceOld Business – Open Position – secretary & New Roster 7:10GREETINGS FROM OUR NEW COMMISSIONER Rob Gelde7:20SPECIAL PRESENTATION Transportation Improvement ProjectsJim Rogers7:40COUNTY REPORT8:00KCAC SUB-COMMITTEE REPORTSDowntown Kingston Master PlanParks & Open Space Committee – Walt ElliottWSF Committee – Walt Elliott8:15COMMUNITY REPORTSKingston Farmer’s Market – Clint DudleySchools Update – Rick JonesCarpenter Lake/Creek – Steve Heacock Kingston Garden Club – Mary Ann HarrisVillage Green Foundation – Dave Wetter Chamber Of Commerce – Tom Waggoner Kiwanis – Ken HansonDowntown Kingston Association – Nancy MartinRotary – Clint BoxmanFriends of the Library – Jan RichardsKingston Stakeholders – Dan Martin or Siri Reinbold8:45NEW BUSINESS8:50OPEN COMMENT PERIOD/GENERAL ANNOUNCEMENTS9:00ADJOURN
*** Next Meeting, Wednesday, May 4, 2011 ***TOPIC: SoundRunner Ferry
Naomi Maasberg, Co-Chair, Member at LargeClint Boxman, Kingston-North Kitsap RotaryMary Ann Harris, Kingston Garden ClubWalt Elliott, Member at LargeSteve Heacock, Carpenter Lake/CreekKen Hanson, Kingston KiwanisBetsy Cooper, Member At LargeNancy Martin, Downtown Business AssociationDan Martin, Kingston StakeholdersClint Dudley, Kingston Farmers MarketAnnie Humiston, At Large, Roads SubcommitteeRick Jones, North Kitsap School DistrictKari Golden, School ParentJan Richards, Friends of the Kingston LibraryTom Waggoner, Kingston Chamber of Commerce
Siri Reinbold, Kingston StakeholdersDenise Lietz, Co-Chair, Member At LargeDave Wetter, Village Green
Not PresentKitsap County Representatives
Rob Gelder Rebecca PirtleJim Rogers
Meeting called to order at 7:00 p.m.
Introductions were made.One item was added to the agenda: lighted signs at the Methodist Church on ShortyCampbell Road.Naomi noted the members will be responsible for printing out the meeting items that aresent in advance, and that they want to have in hand. The co-chairs will print only a fewextra copies to bring to the meeting.
MSC to approve the March minutes.
Naomi noted that the letter from last month’s proceedings was sent to the PortCommissioners.
Old Business:
Open positions:A recording secretary is still needed.The revised roster was circulated for corrections.
Special presentations:
New North End Commissioner Rob Gelder brought his greetings and noted that he ishonored to be working for and with us. He thanked all of us for our work on theCommunity Council. He looks forward to working with all of us and is open to contactsfrom us.Jim Rogers from Kitsap County Public Works presented the Priorities for County fundingfor roads projects – known as the Transportation Improvement Projects List – or TIP.April is the time to get new ideas to Public Works regarding road improvements we feelare important. The TIP List is for a 6-year plan, and rotates forward each year. Projectsare carried over from year-to-year, but are re-evaluated each year. The projects we sentin last year are still on the list. In 2010 there were 60 projects and 15 were selected.Jim explained the scoring and noted the period for public suggestions and commentsregarding projects has been extended to May 15. He distributed forms and noted thatideas can be submitted online at www.kitsapgov.com/pw/tipplan.htm.The list from past years and the map is at www.kitsapgov.com/pw/sixyear_tip.htm.Members are encouraged to look at the list and see if we want to add any projects thisyear. We will have a chance to do that in May. It was noted that individuals can suggestprojects as well, and it does not carry any more weight to have a project endorsed by agroup such as KCAC; projects are evaluated on the basis of their own merit.
Kitsap County Report

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