Wednesday, February 22, 2017

New Parks and Recreation Commissioners Meet Tomorrow

FIRST MEETING FOR THE NEW PARKS AND REC. COMMISSIONERS
The brand new Costa Mesa Parks and Recreation Commissioners will meet for the first time tomorrow night, Thursday, February 23, 2017, at 6:00 p.m. in City Council Chambers at City Hall.  You can read the agenda report HERE.
FIRST THE OFFICERS...
The new commissioners, Kristina Bogner, Leah Ersoylu, Liz McNabb, Kim Pederson and Arlis Reynolds, will be sworn-in - 'tis the swearing season - and will then elect a Chairperson and Vice Chairperson. 
...THEN THE AGENDA
The agenda is small - as you saw - so this meeting should be a short one.  We'll see some good staff work from the Recreation folks and then the commissioners will sort out the assignment of specific parks to each of them.  This was the practice of the previous commission - to provide more individualized oversight on every park in the City.  It seemed to be a good idea - most former commissioners seemed to do their homework, visited each park and had substantive comments on each.
C'MON DOWN!
So, if you've got a few minutes available at 6:00 p.m. tomorrow come watch the new commissioners in action.  As far as I know, there is no percolating controversy with this group.  Each of the women selected seem to bring significant qualifications to the table and returnee Kim Pederson is a steady hand.  See you there...

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3 Comments:

Blogger Honeyman said...

Parks and Rec without Mercurio is like the Lakers front office without Jim Buss. Good riddance to 2 incompetant fools who had no business being in their positions.

2/22/2017 05:14:00 PM  
Blogger Flo Martin said...

Krissie and I have been at loggerheads about our Wilson Park potluck picnic we host Wednesdays at lunch. I sincerely hope she doesn't move to shut us down. Our lunch bunch has been gathering for about ten years now.

2/22/2017 09:47:00 PM  
Anonymous Arthur Nern said...

Is it true that the rigbots want to require all homeless people to dress up as trees or shrubs if they're in a public area?

2/23/2017 05:12:00 PM  

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