CAC Meeting #4 Focus Sessions A, B, D, and E recap & materials
CAC Meeting #4 recap & materials
Join us Tuesday, December 4, 6-8 pm at Stewart Recreation Center.
Five themes will be explored: African American History at Minneapolis Golf Courses, Environmental, Golf, Indigenous People's History on the Site, and Neighbors.
CAC Meeting #3 recap & materials.
Tell us your vision and aspirations for Lake Hiawatha area
At the meeting, the CAC will begin establishing a vision for the golf course property. A vision is a unique, high-level, singular statement that captures a community’s intent for a given area of parkland. Establishing a vision at the beginning of the master planning process allows for every subsequent decision to flow through and be filtered by the vision so that it meets the intent of the community.
At the July 25, 2018 Minneapolis Park and Recreation Board (MPRB) of Commisioners meeting, commissioners approved a modified Resolution 2018-230 after the Hiawatha Golf Course Property Master Plan Community Advisory Committee (CAC) requested clarification on the parameters of the new master plan for the property.
A discussion item regarding the CAC request for the Board of Commissioners to consider master planning for reduced and continued current pumping scenarios was tentatively scheduled for the June 6, 2018 Board meeting, but that discussion has been postponed. Commissioners wish to explore the project and the underlying water management complexities more fully with staff and the MPRB’s consulting engineers prior to a discussion of the requested revision to the CAC charge.