An Ordinance of the City Council of Homer, Alaska, Amending the FY 2011 Operating Budget by Appropriating $5,000 from the Karen Hornaday Park Phase I Account to The Homer Foundation to Support Community Efforts to Create a New Improved Playground at Karen Hornaday Park. City Manager.
CITY OF HOMER
AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF HOMER, ALASKA, AMENDING THE FY 2011 OPERATING BUDGET BY APPROPRIATING $5,000 FROM THE KAREN HORNADAY PARK PHASE I ACCOUNT TO THE HOMER FOUNDATION TO SUPPORT COMMUNITY EFFORTS TO CREATE A NEW IMPROVED PLAYGROUND AT KAREN HORNADAY PARK.
WHEREAS, The Karen A. Hornaday Hillside Park Master Plan (June 2009) notes the poor condition of the park’s playground equipment and recommends replacement with new creative natural forms and ADA-compliant structures; and
WHEREAS, A volunteer organization, Homer Playground Project (HoPP), has recently formed specifically to coordinate a community-built playground campaign aimed at providing Homer children and parents with a new playground at Karen Hornaday Park; and
WHEREAS, The Homer Parks and Recreation Advisory Commission has recommended an appropriation of $5,000 for improvements to the playground at Karen Hornaday Park, from existing Park improvement funds; and
WHEREAS, The Homer Foundation has agreed to serve as fiscal agent for HoPP, to facilitate fundraising and other financial matters.
THE CITY OF HOMER ORDAINS:
Section 1. The FY 2011 Operating Budget is hereby amended to appropriate the $5,000 expenditure authorized for “playground improvements” in Ordinance 11-22 to the Homer Foundation to support community efforts to create a new improved playground at Karen Hornaday Park as follows:
Acct. No. Description Amount
151-776 Karen Hornaday Park Phase I $5,000
Section 2. This is a budget amendment ordinance, is not of a permanent nature, and shall not be codified.
PASSED AND ENACTED by the Homer City Council this ¬¬¬¬27th day of June, 2011.
CITY OF HOMER
JAMES C. HORNADAY, MAYOR
JO JOHNSON CMC, CITY CLERK
Reviewed and approved as to form:
Walt E. Wrede, City Manager Thomas F. Klinkner, City Attorney
Date: ___________________ Date: _______________________