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File #: 2023-2868   
Type: Regular Agenda Item
Body: Golf Commission
On agenda: 3/14/2023
Title: Corica Park Fire Tower Design Update

Corica Park Fire Tower Design Update


To: Honorable Chair and Members of the Golf Commission

From: Dave Leimsieder, Acting Director, Recreation and Parks

Re: Review and Make a Recommendation on the Corica Park Fire Tower Design


The second amendment to the lease agreement (Second Amendment) with Greenway Golf (Greenway) requires that Greenway renovate the fire tower and surrounding area located at the corner of Island Drive and Clubhouse Memorial Road to provide a more aesthetic entry into Corica Park. As required by the Second Amendment, Greenway evaluated the structural integrity and assessed the presence of hazardous materials with the recommendation to keep and beautify the fire tower structure. These reports were provided to the City and the City concurred with the recommendation which also includes mitigation measures to address existing hazardous materials that must be completed by Greenway during construction.

The Second Amendment requires submittal of the fire tower conceptual design to the Golf Commission for review and recommendation to the City Planning Board. The Planning Board is scheduled to review the fire tower conceptual design in April. Greenway will then be required to complete construction of the fire tower and surrounding area within six months of approval by the Planning Board.

In 2022, a preliminary plan was reviewed, but not approved by the Golf Commission and the Planning Board. In response, Greenway Golf prepared a revised proposal. The new proposal is attached as Exhibit 1.


Staff has reviewed the current submittal and is recommending approval or Greenway's proposed fire tower design plan as shown in Exhibit 1.

The revised proposal includes:

* A revised landscape and fencing plan that creates a landscaped meeting or gathering place that can be reserved for classes or special meetings. The landscape materials include a pollinator garden that uses native, drought- resistant plants to ...

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