Bonney Lake Council and Parks Board schedule joint meeting

The goal is to discuss options for a metropolitan park board, implementation of the proposed parks plan and funding options.

The Bonney Lake City Council has scheduled a joint meeting with the Park Board for Oct. 30.

The goal is to discuss options for a metropolitan park board, implementation of the proposed parks plan and funding options.

The meeting is open to the public.

The Park Board is comprised of seven members appointed by the Mayor with the consent of the City Council.

Park Board members are charged to study and recommend park policies and rules, assist in the development of the Parks Element of the Comprehensive Plan and make other recommendations to the Mayor and City Council regarding related systems such as trails.

They are to make recommendations from time to time concerning the acquisition, improvement and use of parks, playgrounds and recreational equipment and facilities, including rules and regulations.

The joint meeting is scheduled for 6 p.m. Oct. 30 at the Justice Center, 9002 Main Street East.

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