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Governor"s Recreation Resource Advisory Committee 1984 final report

Washington (State). Governor"s Recreation Resource Advisory Committee.

Governor"s Recreation Resource Advisory Committee 1984 final report

by Washington (State). Governor"s Recreation Resource Advisory Committee.

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Published by [Interagency Committee for Outdoor Recreation] in Olympia .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Outdoor recreation -- Economic aspects -- Washington (State)

  • Edition Notes

    Statementprepared by Governor"s Recreation Resource Advisory Committee.
    ContributionsWashington (State). Interagency Committee for Outdoor Recreation.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination73 p. in various paginations :
    Number of Pages73
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14470624M
    OCLC/WorldCa10784956

    Parks and Recreation Advisory Commission February 8, Case File Numbers: ER , GP , RZ , Page 4 PUD , TTM , CP , T , DA The project will be constructed in phases as described later in this report. Future development.   Parks and Recreation Advisory Commission. J – MEETING MINUTES. Approved: _____ Chris Roper, Chair. Members in Attendance: Kelly Bolan. John Caton. Syble Crow, Parks Foundation Jennifer Halleck, Vancouver School District Liaison. Jaynee Haygood. Sean Janson. Chris Roper, Chair.

      Parks and Recreation Meeting Janu Page 4 V. Director’s Report – Julie Hannon Dave Perlick announced the 10 th anniversary of the Firstenburg Community Center on February A celebration is planned for April 23rd. Parks and Recreation will honor the Firstenburg Family as well as other donors. » Advisory Commission; ADVISORY RECREATION AND PARK COMMISSION. Tom Tierney Dennis Cumberbatch Robert Kilpatrick William Wooldridge Kathy O'Neill-Reilly Lindsay Gengras Meggers Daniel Bebyn. MEETING DATES and MEETING MINUTES: Unless noted otherwise, the meetings are held the third Thursday of each month at p.m. at 39 Lodge Drive. Select a.

      Parks Advisory Committee members have formed two subcommittees: The Land Evaluation Committee (LEC) and “Sponsorship” subcommittee. Land Evaluation Committee members advise Parks Department staff on Conservation Futures Program policies, the evaluation (and subsequent ranking) of potential properties to be acquired by the Program. After publishing an Interim Report in January , the Commission held 14 public hearings to vet a range of specific policy options before deliberating and deciding upon the final recommendations presented here. 3 This executive summary highlights the major themes and desired policy goals across the Commission's broad mandate.


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Governor"s Recreation Resource Advisory Committee 1984 final report by Washington (State). Governor"s Recreation Resource Advisory Committee. Download PDF EPUB FB2

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Additional information concerning the. Almostjobs are supported by outdoor recreation spending in Washington State.

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E-Mail Board - View Public Meeting Records. Board Purpose. The Recreation Advisory Board shall perform the following functions: Study the general recreational development in the City of Dover and advise and recommend to the Community Services Director* as to such items which would result in a general improvement of the entire recreational system.

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