Past Meeting Minutes
Myths vs. Reality
January 17, 2013
Springbrook Fire Station
Meeting called to order at 7:20 pm
Attendance - In attendance: Marty Nish, Adrian Pidhirney, Dwight Morency
Approval of minutes from previous meeting –Dwight motioned to accept minutes from January 3 meeting, Marty Seconds, motion carried
New member s - no new introductions
Marketing update – Website is coming along, Marty would like to add an interactive section at some point in the near future, something like a comment board. Sign on railway Ave, would like to change sign at the beginning of February to reflect the meeting on Feb 7. Feedback regarding the website is good, county manager, FCSS workers were all impressed b the site. Brochures are ready to be delivered
Charitable Status – Have not formally discussed this with the Community Association but through preliminary discussions it appears that the majority of the association would be in favor.
Timeline – Delivery of brochures will be done by the end of January
Delivery of Brochures - Marty and Dwight will deliver to the Malibu section of town, Adrian will coordinate the delivery to the old part of Springbrook and Harvard Park
Swot analysis – we will begin a swat analysis in the meetings after the elections on February 21
Election Process – Do we follow the same process as the Community Association as we are trying to partner with them or do we develop our own process? – If we partner with the Community association we will have to use the same election process so we will use it this time as well but the positions will be for Chairperson, Vice Chairperson, Secretary and Treasurer so we don’t get confused with the positions should we partner with the Community Association
Info from contractors – New Line Skateparks sent an email with pictures. A guy named Trevor Morgan from New Line will be travelling through as they have a job in Red Deer and can stop by the meeting on February 7 for the meeting to present to the committee.
CRC – has followed up and wants to be in the running for contractors, willing to negotiate upfront fees.
Calls to brooks, swan hills and White court – Dwight called Swan Hills and spoke to a lady named Vanessa Lewis regarding how Spectrum did with their Skatepark. She stated they were great, the park was 3200 square feet and $172000 and was on budget and on time.
Jay Crawley from White court reported the same on their park that was 5500 square feet and $305000.
Russ Tanner from Brooks reported nothing negative with their dealings with Spectrum. Their park was $500000 and they were able to add features after as they received their funding through grants and from municipal money.
Next meeting date – Next Meeting February 7, 2013, 7 pm – Springbrook Fire Hall
Adjourn meeting – Meeting Adjourned at 9:15 PM
October 18, 2017
All are welcome to come!