Then You Should Attend Tonight’s Meeting.
As this blog was first to break the news back in December ’09, San Carlos City Manager Mark Weiss asked each of his department heads to propose how budget cuts of either 10% or 20% would impact their respective departments. It was a pretty scary exercise, especially under the 20% cut scenario — the Fire Department would lose Station 16 on the Alameda, for example. To see the original post, which includes the actual proposals from each department, click here: San Carlos Considers Deep Cuts in Police, Fire and Park Services.
Park and Rec Showdown.
In tonight’s San Carlos Park and Rec Department meeting, will review both the 10% and 20% budget cut scenarios. If you recall from the original post, a 20% cut will result in the closure of both Arguello and Crestview parks. In addition, the Laureola Center would close and the Youth Center at Burton Park would only be open two months out of the year (or for money-making events.) Also on tap for discussion tonight is the status of plans to re-surface Highlands Park with all-weather turf. Needless to say, as far as Park and Rec Commission meetings go, this should be a lively one. Michelle Durand wrote a great article in the Daily Journal about what’s on tap tonight: City Weighs Massive Cuts to Park Budget.
Here are the details and the agenda for tonight’s meeeting:
CITY OF SAN CARLOS PARKS AND RECREATION COMMISSION
February 03, 2010
REGULAR MEETING – COUNCIL CHAMBERS
CITY HALL, 600 ELM STREET, SAN CARLOS, CA
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