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Golden Gardens Bathhouse Renovation
Project Advisory Team (PAT)
PRO PARKS PROJECT INFORMATION
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Meeting Agendas:
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The Project Advisory Team (PAT) for this project will provide invaluable community-based participation and advice to Parks and Recreation staff and consultants in the development of the plans for renovating the Bath House. PAT members are appointed by Parks Superintendent, Ken Bounds.

The PAT will be primarily responsible for providing consensus-based input to staff and consultants at key milestones during the project. The Department will give considerable weight to the advisory team's recommendations.

The PAT will reflect the diversity of the facility service area. Membership will include community participants representing a wide range of backgrounds, interests and perspectives, and may involve neighbors, schools, businesses, churches, community center advisory councils, libraries and other civic facilities or organizations. The PAT will be asked to present and share the outcome of its efforts at public events or forums.


PAT MEMBERS

Margo Aspholm is a Golden Gardens neighborhood resident and a former member of the Ballard Neighborhood Planning Committee. She is the mother of a future teenager, and with her family uses the park frequently. Margo is an architect with a local firm specializing in cultural and public assembly facilities.

Carolyn Wren Clark is a Whittier Heights resident and a member of the Washington Native Plant Society. She has worked on restoration of the landscape at Golden Gardens for several years with other members of the Friends of Golden Gardens Wetland. Professionally, she manages a software development team for a large engineering and manufacturing company.

Jeff Cleaveland is a Ballard resident and served on the 1995-96 community design team that investigated how a teen center might use the Bath House if it were renovated. He teaches chemistry and biology at Ballard High School.

Bruce Drager is a Ballard resident and a member of the Ballard Booster Club. He teaches biology at Ballard High School, and has a special interest in marine biology.
Fred Felleman is a North Beach resident and the Northwest Director and a Board member of Ocean Advocates. He is a photographer and conservation biologist with a focus on ocean ecology.

Allen Hughes is President of the Shilshole Liveaboard Association and has lived aboard his boat at the Marina for twenty years. He served in the US Coast Guard, and now owns and operates a small boat repair business, Dogbark Marine.

Lawrence (Larry) Jackson is a Seattle Police officer and a member the Community Police Team serving the Golden Gardens area. He is interested in helping to establish a safe and friendly atmosphere at the Park.

Davidya Kasperzyk is a Ballard resident and President of Groundswell Northwest. He has served on numerous boards and commissions involved with neighborhood planning. Professionally, Davidya is an architect and bio-regional planner.

Cindy Lantry is a Ballard neighborhood resident and has served as a Beach Naturalist Captain at Golden Gardens for the past three summers. She has a particular interest in beach and wetland ecology at Golden Gardens Park, and has been a member of Seattle Public Utilities Water Systems Advisory Committee since 2000.

Vivian McKay is a Sunset Hill neighborhood resident and an avid sea kayaker. She has served on the Boards of Washington Water Trails Association, Friends of Street Ends, and the Sunset Hill Community Association.

Jeffery Stolsig is a Ballard neighborhood resident and a senior attending Ballard High School. He is an accomplished sailor, having recently returned from a five-year circumnavigation of the world with his family on their sailboat.


PAT ROLES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

In carrying out their assigned duties, PAT members will:

  • Attend or be represented at all PAT meetings
  • Identify issues vital to the interests represented on the committee
  • Provide recommendations and input to Seattle Parks relating to project planning and design
  • Support the implementation goals and schedule adopted for the program
  • Report on program activities to constituent groups and organizations
  • Share the outcomes of their discussions at public events and other public outreach forums
  • Represent the group(s) they belong to and help build consensus at key milestones in the project
  • Balance the specific interests of their constituency with a broad understanding of all citizens' needs within the community when making recommendations

CONTACT INFORMATION

Mark J. Johnson AIA
Seattle Parks and Recreation
800 Maynard Avenue S. 3rd Floor
Seattle, WA 98134
(206) 684-0978
mark.johnson@seattle.gov



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Updated May 11, 2007
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