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19 13th Avenue North
Waite Park, MN 56387

Upper Conference Room at Waite Park City Hall

Review AMP Fencing Options at AMP Site

Staff has been provided with some samples of railing options for the AMP site that they would like to discuss and show to the City Council.  The samples are set up out on the AMP site located at 1700 Parkway Drive.  Council and staff will meet at the entrance of the AMP on Parkway Drive.  Please park along Parkway Drive.  Anyone from the public interested in attending, please let Shaunna Johnson know at 320-252-6822 or Shaunna.johnson@ci, to ensure we have protective gear available as this is a construction site that requires this to enter the site.

Presentation from HealthNet

Joel Vogel from HealthNet, a nonprofit established to make AED's readily accessible to the public.   Joel would like to discuss their program with the City Council. 

Review Amphitheater Park Facility Name Suggestions

The City has received over 90 suggested names for the Amphitheater Park Project.  The City Council will need to review these names and narrow these names down to approximately 8-12 names.  From there, the City will ask the public for their input on their top choices.  City Council will then choose from one of the top 3 names and will reveal the name of the facility at the public open house that is scheduled for Monday, September 16th from 4-6 PM.

AMP Project Update

Staff would like to provide an update to the City Council on the AMP project and budget.  

Lions Park Amenities

The Park Board has had some discussion about Lions Park, now that the basketball courts have been removed, to determine what other amenities should be considered for this area.  They are suggesting setting up a meeting with the neighborhood to seek their input prior to making any recommendations to the City Council.  Before setting this up, staff wanted to discuss this idea with the City Council to determine the best approach in seeking input.

Public Input

The City Council provides members of the public an opportunity to address the City Council with items they believe are relevant to the City of Waite Park.  Each member of the public will be allowed up to 2 minutes to speak.  City Council will not engage during this time and no action should be expected at this time.  The City Council can determine if further follow up, discussion, or action is needed on any item brought up by members of the public.  During the regular scheduled meeting that will follow the public input, the Mayor will summarize the items discussed during the public input and ask the City Council whether they desire to have any follow up on items discussed during the public input. The City Council could choose to place the item on a future work session or city council agenda, or they could direct staff to research or follow up on any item discussed.