MANNER OF ADDRESSING THE COMMISSION

 

Citizens may address the Commission on any item on the agenda at the time the item is considered.  Citizens wishing to speak may request recognition from the Chairperson by raising their hand and stepping to the lectern when requested to do so.  Speakers will usually be allowed five (5) minutes; however, the Chairperson may set shorter time limits.  Speakers are asked to identify themselves by stating their name and the city they reside in for the official record.

 

STANDARDS OF DECORUM

 

Any person who disrupts the meeting of the Commission, may be barred by the presiding commissioner from further audience before the Commision during that meeting, unless permission to continue be granted by majority vote of the Commission.

 

All remarks shall be addressed to the Commission as a body and not to any member thereof, or to staff, or to the public.  No person, other than a member of the Commission, and the person having the floor, shall be permitted to enter into any discussion without the permission of the presiding commissioner.

 

For items not on the agenda, and for non-hearing items on the agenda the person addressing the Commission shall be limited to five minutes, unless the time is adjusted by the presiding commissioner.

 

Whenever any group of persons wishes to address the Commission on the same subject matter, it shall be proper for the presiding commissioner to request that a spokesman be chosen by the group to address the Commission and, in case additional matters are to be presented at the time by any member of the group, to limit the number of persons so addressing the Commission, so as to avoid unnecessary repetition.

 

As a courtesy to all, please turn off cell phones and other electronic devices during the meeting.

 

WRITINGS RECEIVED AFTER AGENDA POSTING

 

Any writing related to an agenda item for the open session of this meeting distributed to the Parks, Recreation and Arts Commission less than 72 hours before this meeting is available for inspection at City Hall, 3970 Rocklin Road, Rocklin, during normal business hours. These writings will also be available for review at the Parks and Recreation Department Building located at 5460 5th Street, Rocklin. If you have questions related to this agenda, please call 916-625-5200.


 

AMERICANS WITH DISABILITIES ACT

 

In compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act, the City of Rocklin encourages those with disabilities to participate fully in the public hearing process.  If you have a special need in order to allow you to attend or participate in our public meeting and public hearing processes, including receiving notices, agendas, and other writings in appropriate alternative formats, please contact our office at (916) 625-5200 well in advance of the public meeting or public hearing you wish to attend so that we may make every reasonable effort to accommodate you.

 

ELECTRONIC PRESENTATIONS

 

All persons with electronic presentations for public meetings will be required to bring their own laptop or other form of standalone device that is HDMI or VGA compatible.  It is further recommended that presenters arrive early to test their presentations.  The City is not responsible for the compatibility or operation of non-city devices or the functionality of non-city presentations.

 

POSTING OF AGENDA

 

In accordance with Government Code Section 54954.2(a) this agenda was posted on the City’s bulletin board at City Hall, 3970 Rocklin Road, Rocklin, and City of Rocklin website at www.rocklin.ca.us.

 

AGENDA

 

 

INTRODUCTION

 

1.        Meeting called to order at:

 

2.        Pledge of Allegiance:

 

3.        Roll Call:

 

A.        Commissioners:

 

B.        City Personnel:

 

AGENDA REVIEW

 

4.        Agenda Modifications

 

CONSENT CALENDAR

 

The following routine matters can be acted upon by one motion.  Individual items may be removed by Commission for separate discussion.  The title is deemed to be read and further reading waived of any ordinance listed on the Consent Calendar for introduction or adoption.

 

5.        Minutes

 

A.        Minutes for April 11, 2018 Meeting

 

B.        Minutes for May 9, 2018 Meeting

 

CITIZENS ADDRESSING THE COMMISSION

 

Members of the public may address the Commission at this time on any item of business of interest to the public that is not on the agenda.  Speakers are limited to five minutes unless the time is extended by the presiding commissioner.  Commissioners may briefly respond to statements made or questions asked by the speaker, but may not make any decisions or take action on any item not on the agenda.

 

6.        NAME AND CITY

 

REPORTS FROM CITY OFFICIALS/DICUSSION AND POTENTIAL ACTION ITEMS

 

7.        Off the Rails Update (Verbal)

 

8.        FY 18/19 Budget Overview

 

9.        Project Summary - Draft

 

10.    Sunset Whitney Recreation Area Updates/Next Steps

 

11.    Director's Report

 

12.    Parks Manager Report

 

A.        JSP Waterpark Update

 

B.        Dog Park Update

 

COMMISSION REPORTS

 

13.    Reports from Committees

 

14.    Commission Comments

 

FUTURE AGENDA ITEMS

 

ADJOURNMENT

 

15.    Meeting Adjourned at