Originally Posted by Lyounger
The overwhelming opinion of the club at that time was a complete redesign. However, we were towards the end of the season and didn't want to make major changes without getting as much input as possible.
Some (immediate) minor changes were proposed to address the major safety and environmental concerns and a call went out for redesign ideas that could be implemented early the following spring.
These two agendas got convoluted and confused with one another.
It would be very nice if our Board answered that call for a complete redesign.
The charter gives the Board the right to approve or deny the proposal, not ignore it.
If our Board were to develop a set of guidelines, it would give everyone an opportunity to present a design concept. These designs could then be compiled as choices for a legitimate and binding club vote. (Assuming the City Parks Department rules are a subset of the Board guidelines.)
Seems like a win/win situation