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011419 CSC Agenda In compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act, if you need special assistance to participate in this meeting, please contact the office of the City Clerk (951) 694-6444. Notification 48 hours prior to a meeting will enable the City to make reasonable arrangements to ensure accessibility to that meeting [28 CFR 35.102.35.104 ADA Title II] AGENDA TEMECULA COMMUNITY SERVICES COMMISSION REGULAR MEETING TO BE HELD AT TEMECULA CIVIC CENTER MONDAY, JANUARY 14, 2019 6:00 PM CALL TO ORDER: Chair(Vacant) FLAG SALUTE: ROLL CALL: Borgeson, Levine, Willis PRESENTATIONS: PUBLIC COMMENTS: A total of 15 minutes is provided so members of the public can address the Commissioners on items that are not listed on the Agenda. Speakers are limited to three (3) minutes each. If you desire to speak to the Commissioners about an item not listed on the Agenda, a green "Request to Speak" form may be filled out and filed with the Commission Secretary. When you are called to speak, please come forward and state your name and address. For all other agenda items, a "Request to Speak" form may be filed with the Community Services Commission Secretary before the item is addressed by the Commission. There is a three (3) minute time limit for individual speakers. NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC All matters listed under Consent Calendar are considered to be routine and all will be enacted by one roll call vote. There will be no discussion of these items unless members of the Commission request specific items are removed from the Consent Calendar for separate action. DIVISION REPORTS Recreation, Human Services and Special Events Cultural Arts Park Maintenance/Facility Update CONSENT CALENDAR 1. MINUTES 1.1 RECOMMENDATION: Approve the minutes of the December 3, 2018 Commission meeting. The November meeting was canceled - no minutes. COMMISSION BUSINESS 2. FACILITY RENAMING/NEW LOGO 2.1 RECOMMENDATION: Support the renaming of the Temecula Valley Museum to the Temecula Valley Museum of Art and Culture (TMAC) and proposed new branding logo. 3. WALL OF HONOR NOMINATION — BOB MORRIS 3.1 RECOMMENDATION: Approve a recommendation to the City Council that nominee Bob Morris be selected for placement on the City of Temecula Wall of Honor (at the request of Mayor Naggar) 4. WALL OF HONOR NOMINATION —JACK AND LINDA WILLIAMS 4.1 RECOMMENDATION: Approve a recommendation to the City Council that nominees Jack and Linda Williams be selected for placement on the City of Temecula Wall of Honor (at the request of Mayor Naggar) DIRECTOR'S REPORT COMMISSIONER'S REPORTS ADJOURNMENT That the Community Services Commission adjourn to a regular meeting to be held on Monday, February 11, 2019 at 6:00 pm in the Temecula Civic Center Council Chambers, 41000 Main Street, Temecula, California. NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC The agenda packet (including staff reports) will be available for public viewing in the Main Reception area at the Temecula Civic Center(41000 Main Street,Temecula)after 4:00 PM the Friday before the Community Services Commission meeting. At that time, the agenda packet may also be accessed on the City's website—www.cityoftemecula.orq—and will be available for public viewing at the respective meeting. Supplemental material received after the posting of the Agenda Any supplemental material distributed to a majority of the Commission regarding any item on the agenda, after the posting of the agenda,will be available for public viewing in the Main Reception area at the Temecula Civic Center(41000 Main Street,Temecula, 8:00 AM— 5:00 PM). In addition, such material may be accessed on the City's website—www.cityoftemecula.orq— and will be available for public viewing at the respective meeting. If you have questions regarding any item on the agenda for this meeting,please contact the Community Services Department at the Temecula Civic Center,(951)694-6480. ITEM NO . 1 ACTION MINUTES TEMECULA COMMUNITY SERVICES COMMISSION REGULAR MEETING TEMECULA CIVIC CENTER MONDAY, DECEMBER 3, 2018 6:00 PM CALL TO ORDER: Chair Schwank FLAG SALUTE: Commissioner Borgeson ROLL CALL: Borgeson, Levine, Nelson (absent-excused), Schwank, Willis PRESENTATIONS: None PUBLIC COMMENTS: None DIVISION REPORTS Recreation, Human Services and Special Events — Report to be presented at January meeting Cultural Arts— Report to be presented at January meeting Park Maintenance/Facility Update— Report to be presented at January meeting COMMISSION BUSINESS 1. 'TWAS THE LIGHTS BEFORE CHRISTMAS HOME DECORATING CONTEST JUDGING 1.1 RECOMMENDATION: Adjourn to judge the entries of the 2018 'Twas the Lights Before Christmas Home Decorating Contest (Bus Tour). DIRECTOR'S REPORT COMMISSIONER'S REPORTS ADJOURNMENT The Community Services Commission adjourned to a regular meeting to be held on Monday, January 14, 2019 at 6:00 pm in the Temecula Civic Center Council Chambers, 41000 Main Street, Temecula, California. Motion by Commissioner Willis, seconded by Commissioner Borgeson. Motion approved 4-0-1. Voice vote reflected approval by Commissioners Borgeson, Levine, Schwank, and Willis. Commissioner Nelson absent. The meeting adjourned at 5:37 p.m. Zak Schwank Kevin Hawkins Chair Director of Community Services ITEM NO . 2 Temecula Valley Museum Board, Inc. 28314 Mercedes St,Temecula,CA 92590 November 19,2018 Dear Members of Community Services Commission: On behalf of the Temecula Valley Museum Board, Inc., I wanted to write this letter of support for the proposed new logo and re-branding of the Temecula Valley Museum to the Temecula Valley Museum of Art and Culture (TMAC). Since its inception, nearly 20 years ago,the Temecula Valley Museum has been a place to celebrate the colorful and rich history of the City of Temecula and the surrounding area, At its inception,the Temecula Valley Museum was focused on a narrow slice of history and time, built to preserve the strong rural character that is the hallmark of Riverside County. Exhibits and history focused on western frontier life, the first European settlers of the valley, indigenous people, and contemporary notable figures,such as Earl Stanley Gardner. This history is so important for capturing who we are today, and how the City of Temecula has grown to embrace the values of"Old Traditions, New Opportunities." We believe the Museum should continue to grow the scope of its exhibits and offerings to tell an even fuller history of the Temecula Valley, one that embraces a diverse past and more contemporary offerings. The goal Is to not just preserve the history of our City for our wonderful residents, but to share all that this area has to offer with visitors and tourists. By preserving what the Museum currently offers and expanding the scope of what can be experienced, we acknowledge the inextricable link between art, culture, history, and community. The Museum Board has recently re-tooled its vision and mission statement to reflect this greater scope. The Museum Board's new vision—To be the premiere center of art and culture in southwest Riverside County—mirrors the overall shift the City of Temecula has experienced in becoming a center of tourism, art, culture, and community. The Museum Board believes that TMAC embodies the current and future spirit of the Museum, The Temecula Valley Museum Board, Inc., wholeheartedly recommends that the new proposed logo and re-branding effort be approved. Please feel free to reach out to the Museum Board for any questions, comments,or concerns regarding this letter of support. Sincerely, 1 1 • .� /[ )` J 6 , Kelcey Stricker President Temecula Valley Museum Board, Inc. It is the mission of the Temecula Valley Museum Board to create a center for immersive experiences that celebrate the region's history culture, art, and natural resources. -, .... , :.!,:•',.':,':::,:,';-„,,,_,„' :. 04 ''t''' '"i Temecula Museum of Art & Culture d •,,, .•.J Ni opt I ) ,:„..„.,-.',i4,..4:::;•••,..,, ' 4.1CO' It 10.:V; itre ' JIT,. •. ,- *.t.f i:'• 1 ,614120::‘',?4,0 .'"•• ...., •.',.7.1';`'S":" ' - ' 4',...1 , '...t.,t Temecula Museum of Art & Culture /gel - ,.• ' • ri , ,, .•;...1 . ,:; i ,,.., ) 411w_s Temecula Museum of Art & Culture ITEM NO . 3 CITY OF TEMECULA AGENDA REPORT TO: Temecula Community Services Commission FROM: Aaron Adams, City Manager DATE: January 14, 2019 SUBJECT: Approve a Recommendation to the City Council that Nominee Bob Morris be Selected for Placement on the City of Temecula Wall of Honor (at the request of Mayor Naggar) PREPARED BY: Betsy Lowrey, Senior Management Analyst RECOMMENDATION: That the Temecula Community Services Commission: 1. Approve a Recommendation to the City Council that Nominee Bob Morris be Selected for Placement on the City of Temecula Wall of Honor (at the request of Mayor Naggar) BACKGROUND: At the request of Mayor Michael Naggar, and as approved by the Wall of Honor Ad Hoc Subcommittee comprised of Mayor Naggar and Council Member Edwards, it is proposed that Bob Morris be recognized with placement of their name on the City's Wall of Honor currently located in the foyer of the Civic Center. Pursuant to the Procedure for the Establishment and Continuing Operation of the City of Temecula Wall of Honor, the Wall of Honor is intended to honor and recognize individuals who have made an outstanding contribution to the City of Temecula. To be eligible, an individual must have made a major contribution to improve the quality of life for the residents of the City of Temecula over a significant period of time.— - Renowned local artist and Temecula De Luz resident, Bob Morris, was among the last of a cowboy generation. Arriving in Temecula on horseback in 1969, he took one look at the rolling hills and quaint small town and knew he was home. Bob's easygoing nature and creative spirit were a perfect fit for the growing community, and he quickly became a town favorite. Mr. Morris was the co-founder of the Great Temecula Tractor Race that began in 1977 and lasted nearly 3 decades. Mr. Morris appreciated Temecula's Western appeal, and worked to recreate Old Town to its Old West era and embellish it with an 1890s theme. His artistic ironworks are all throughout Old Town, including the gateway arches at both ends of Old Town (designed with metal fabricator Randy Howe), depicting a cattle drive, arrival of Butterfield Stage, and Native American life. Bob Morris also designed the metal end caps on the Main Street Bridge,the iron medallions on the sidewalks at all four corners in Old Town Front and Main Streets, and other hidden wonders in Old Town Temecula including a water tank and a trough. Mr. Morris worked with Howe Welding & Fabrication to create the metal artwork that spans Overland Bridge, above Interstate 15, depicting Temecula's hot-air balloons and rolling hills. His work is seen throughout Temecula also on private developments such as business signs including at the historical Bank (Mexican Restaurant), architectural iron / wood elements of buildings, decorative windmills, private driveway gates of wagon wheels, fences, posts or other decor reminiscent of old Temecula. Bob Morris branded Old Town Temecula with his vision and creativity. Mr. Morris passed away in 2018, but his legacy of 1890s era ironwork will outlive generations to come in Temecula. Staff will forward the Commission's recommendation to the City Council for final action. ATTACHMENTS: City of Temecula Wall of Honor Nomination o1°of, Ttslip u Co oft City of Temecula _ • TCSD- "� aY' � �• 41000 Main Street emecula,CA 92590 t 4 qt 41.47 i; (951)694-6480 lax(951)694-6488 44 '/•;;; 1989 ,�-" City of Temecula Wall of Honor Nomination ►�A�V.np+v to Bob Morris Date: Dec.27,2018 Nominee's Address: Nominee's Phone Number: Statement in support of the nominee(one hundred words or less): Renowned local artist and Temecula De Luz resident, Bob Morris, was among the last of a cowboy generation. Arriving in Temecula on horseback in 1969, he took one look at the rolling hills and quaint small town and knew he was home. Bob's easygoing nature and creative spirit were a perfect fit for the growing community, and he quickly became a town favorite. Mr. Morris was the co-founder of the Great Temecula Tractor Race that began in 1977 and lasted nearly 3 decades. Mr. Morris appreciated Temecula's Western appeal, and worked to recreate Old Town to its Old West era and embellish it with an 1890s theme. His artistic ironworks are all throughout Old Town, including the gateway arches at both ends of Old Town (designed with metal fabricator Randy Howe), depicting a cattle drive, arrival of Butterfield Stage, and Native American life. Bob Morris also designed the metal end caps on the Main Street Bridge, the iron medallions on the sidewalks at all four corners in Old Town Front and Main Streets, and other hidden wonders in Old Town Temecula including a water tank and a trough. Mr. Morris worked with Howe Welding & Fabrication to create the metal artwork that spans Overland Bridge, above Interstate 15, depicting Temecula's hot-air balloons and rolling hills. His work is seen throughout Temecula also on private developments such as business signs including at the historical Bank (Mexican Restaurant), architectural iron / wood elements of buildings, decorative windmills, private driveway gates of wagon wheels, fences, posts or other decor reminiscent of old Temecula. Bob Morris branded Old Town Temecula with his vision and creativity. Mr. Morris passed away in 2018, but his legacy of 1890s era ironwork will outlive generations to come in Temecula. ITEM NO . 4 CITY OF TEMECULA AGENDA REPORT TO: Temecula Community Services Commission FROM: Aaron Adams, City Manager DATE: January 14, 2019 SUBJECT: Approve a Recommendation to the City Council that Nominees Jack and Linda Williams, be Selected for Placement on the City of Temecula Wall of Honor (at the request of Mayor Naggar) PREPARED BY: Betsy Lowrey, Senior Management Analyst RECOMMENDATION: That the Temecula Community Services Commission: 1. Approve a Recommendation to the City Council that Nominees Jack and Linda Williams be Selected for Placement on the City of Temecula Wall of Honor (at the request of Mayor Naggar) BACKGROUND: At the request of Mayor Michael Naggar, and as approved by the Wall of Honor Ad Hoc Subcommittee comprised of Mayor Naggar and Council Member Edwards, it is proposed that Jack and Linda Williams be recognized with placement of their name on the City's Wall of Honor currently located in the foyer of the Civic Center. Pursuant to the Procedure for the Establishment and Continuing Operation of the City of Temecula Wall of Honor, the Wall of Honor is intended to honor and recognize individuals who have made an outstanding contribution to the City of Temecula. To be eligible, an individual must have made a major contribution to improve the quality of life for the residents of the City of Temecula over a significant period of time. Jack and Linda Williams are the founders of Richie's Real American Diner located in Temecula (and Murrieta). Jack passed away in 2018, Mr. and Mrs. Williams, known as one of Temecula's most kind- hearted business owners and residents (since 1980s), opened their Richie's Diner restaurant in Temecula in 1991 on Jefferson Avenue, and then relocated it to Temecula Parkway where it remains a City landmark for its "pleasin' people good country cookin" philosophy and small-town atmosphere. As the City grew, Jack and Linda have ensured all patrons experience a part of Temecula's family-friendly hometown feel. Temecula and Murrieta City Councils recognized Mr. and Mrs. Williams for their 2014 Silver Plate Award (the restaurant industry's equivalent of the Academy Awards) but, even more importantly, they are representative of so much more than great food. They have exemplified hard work, integrity, love and devotion to their employees, customers and the entire community that lives or visits Temecula's hometown restaurant. They have sought to serve others, and to make all feel welcome in Temecula with genuine hospitality and generosity. They give back by supporting those in need, hosting fundraising events with non-profits, and are well-known for their vigorous support for all branches of military and veterans, as well as first responders, and law enforcement. Jack also served his country as a Marine. His selfless legacy of "community" carries on in Temecula through his wife Linda and their family, and throughout their restaurants, businesses, and employees. Staff will forward the Commission's recommendation to the City Council for final action. ATTACHMENTS: City of Temecula Wall of Honor Nomination tt" 'CH l Ii \\i//i��/C►. \1'!!iLtii!!11'�4li�l�,J?�Cil. nai!il,i I�r �✓ 'j�. 4 City of'1emeculn TCSD- �• iii - t7t,t.. 41000 Main Street .rsj �^t..Y{F 1�{ t 1'W'4.3:te 3t 't F Temecula,CA 92590 '.t.t�C y�, 0I!. i Q (951)694.6480 fax(951)694-6488 1iJi,?•.;:i , �•tis? A•1989� ,��`' City of Temecula Wall of Honor Nomination.NOV . Nominee: Jack and Linda Williams Date: Dec.27,2018 Nominee's Address: Nominee's Phone Number: Statement in support of tile nomineelone hundJbd words of less): Jack and Linda Williams are the founders of Richie's Real American Diner located in Temecula (and Murrieta).Jack passed away in 2018. Mr. and Mrs. Williams, known as one of Temecula's most kind-hearted business owners and residents (since 1980s), opened their Richie's Diner restaurant in Temecula in 1991 on Jefferson Avenue, and then relocated it to Temecula Parkway where it remains a City landmark for its "pleasin' people good country cookin" philosophy and small-town atmosphere. As the City grew, Jack and Linda have ensured all patrons experience a part of Temecula's family-friendly hometown feel. Temecula and Murrieta City Councils recognized Mr. and Mrs. Williams for their 2014 Silver Plate Award (the restaurant industry's equivalent of the Academy Awards) but, even more importantly, they are representative of so much more than great food. They have exemplified hard work, integrity, love and devotion to their employees, customers and the entire community that lives or visits Temecula's hometown restaurant. They have sought to serve others, and to make all feel welcome in Temecula with genuine hospitality and generosity. They give back by supporting those in need, hosting fundraising events with non-profits, and are well-known for their vigorous support for all branches of military and veterans, as well as first responders, and law enforcement. Jack also served his country as a Marine. His selfless legacy of "community" carries on in Temecula through his wife Linda and their family, and throughout their restaurants, businesses, and employees.