Agenda, Packets, Minutes
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Board of Supervisors
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CHESTERFIELD COUNTY <br />BOARD OF SUPERVISORS <br /> AGENDA <br /> <br />Page I of I <br /> <br />Meetin~l Date: March 9, 2005 <br /> <br />Item Number: 5.A. <br /> <br />Subiect: <br /> <br />Resolution Recognizing the Contribution of Austin Brockenbrough and <br />Associates Towards Development of the Government Center Demonstration Fitness <br />Trail <br /> <br />County Administrator's Comments: <br /> <br />County Administrator: <br /> <br />Board Action Requested: <br /> <br />Recognize Austin Brockenbrough and Associates for their contribution of <br />surveying and design service toward development of the Government Center <br />Demonstration Fitness Trail. <br /> <br />Summary of Information: <br /> <br />Austin Brockenbrough has agreed to donate surveying and design services <br />toward construction of the trail. The Parks and Recreation Department is <br />developing a demonstration fitness trail system on the Government Center <br />Campus titled ~Government Center Demonstration Fitness Trail". The plan calls <br />for a system of inter-connected trail and sidewalks linking all major areas <br />of the complex with over six miles of soft surface trail at plan build-out. <br />The CIP Budget provides $50,000 in funding for the first two-mile segment, to <br />be completed in the fall of 2005. The master planning effort for the trail <br />system involved county volunteers serving on focus groups and participating <br />in design workshops to conceive the plan. Ten county departments serve as a <br />technical advisory committee to assist the department in project development. <br />The Department of Parks and Recreation has partnered with local engineering <br />firms, vendors and the Bird High School and Technical Center students to <br />augment funding by over 100% in goods and services. Upon completion, the <br />project will provide a unique ~wellness" resource for the general public and <br />County employees. <br /> <br />Preparer: Michael S. Golden <br /> <br />Title: Director, Parks and Recreation <br /> <br />Attachments: <br /> <br />Ycs <br /> <br />---]No <br /> <br />00000:1. <br /> <br /> <br />
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