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THE CITY OF <br /> 1 11 <br /> "' " :41:3 "' CITY COUNCIL AGENDA REPORT <br /> pLEASANTON. <br /> October 2, 2018 <br /> City Manager <br /> TITLE: REVIEW AND DISCUSSION ON CONCEPTUAL PLANS FOR LIONS <br /> WAYSIDE AND DELUCCHI PARKS <br /> SUMMARY <br /> On September 16, 2014, City Council approved the Lions Wayside and Delucchi Parks <br /> Master Plan (Master Plan), which envisions unifying and reprogramming the two parks <br /> at First and Neal Streets to improve usability, safety and aesthetics. One key <br /> component of the original Master Plan is the proposed undergrounding of the drainage <br /> swale in Lions Wayside Park to unite the east and west sides of the park. This proposed <br /> design was not supported by local permitting authorities due to the potential <br /> environmental impacts and loss of riparian habitat, forcing staff to reconsider the original <br /> design to Lions Wayside Park. Working with the landscape architect that developed the <br /> current designs, staff is presenting four potential design alternatives that attempt to <br /> meet the goals of the Master Plan while including design accommodations to meet the <br /> requirements of local permitting agencies. <br /> RECOMMENDATION <br /> Receive the update on the current status of Lions Wayside and Delucchi Parks, provide <br /> feedback on the proposed design alternatives presented in this report, and provide staff <br /> with the necessary direction to continue design work with the Parks and Recreation <br /> Commission to produce a final design that meets intended goals as defined in the <br /> Master Plan. <br /> FINANCIAL STATEMENT <br /> Further study, engineering and design work will be necessary to produce a final <br /> alternative design; a specific amount will be determined after the City Council's direction <br /> to staff. <br />
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