Tag: Martinez Parks Recreation Marina and Cultural Commission

Martinez beautification with public art

Martinez beautification with public art

| October 20, 2019 | 0 Comments

MARTINEZ, Calif. – The Parks, Recreation, Marina and Cultural Commission approved a Call for Artists/Request for Proposals to identify an artist, or artists to beautify city electrical utility boxes. The Request will be officially released on Oct. 21, 2019. The expression is, “When you get lemons, make lemonade.” That is just what is happening in […]

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PRMCC hears updates on dog park, Campbell

PRMCC hears updates on dog park, Campbell

| October 20, 2019 | 0 Comments

MARTINEZ, Calif. – It is only eight months until the time is up for the fate of the temporary Martinez Dog Park behind the Waterfront Park Amphitheater must be determined. The Parks, Recreation, Marina and Culture Commission (PRMCC) decided they ought to start working on that at their Oct. 15 meeting. The commission with a […]

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Residents give input on new city park

Residents give input on new city park

| August 14, 2019 | 0 Comments

MARTINEZ, Calif. – There was a good turnout and plenty of ideas at a charette for a new park at Traditions at the Meadow, formerly Pine Meadow Golf Course on Vine Hill Way, Aug. 10. The whole crowd at the Park, Recreation, Marina and Cultural Commission event got a quick course in landscape architecture before […]

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Park lovers save the date: PRMCC charette for new park

Park lovers save the date: PRMCC charette for new park

| July 31, 2019 | 0 Comments

MARTINEZ, Calif. – A new nine-acre city park will be created on the former Pine Meadows Golf Course land at Vine Hill Way and Morello Avenue. To the Parks, Recreation Marina and Cultural Commission (PRMCC) and city planners, the property is a fresh pallet waiting for a public vision, or wish list. Christina Ratcliffe, AICP […]

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Council resolves problems, finds new ones

Council resolves problems, finds new ones

| July 21, 2019 | 0 Comments

MARTINEZ, Calif. – The City council reached a conclusion that resolves differences between the Martinez Youth Baseball and Softball Association (MYBSA) and the Parks, Recreation, Marina and Cultural Commission (PRMCC) about locked ball fields at Hidden Lakes Park. Dylan Radke, PRMCC chairman, explained the problem to the council at the July 17 meeting. He had […]

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Council seeks PRMCC input on Waterfront

| May 19, 2019 | 0 Comments

MARTINEZ, Calif. – If the Parks, Recreation, Marina and Cultural Commission (PRMCC) members have wondered whether “Marina” should be kept in their panel’s name, they got their answer Wednesday from the Martinez City Council – “Yes.” “The PRMCC are experts on what the community is looking for,” City Manager Eric Figueroa said. City staff is […]

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PRMCC to hear safety, Measure H reports, discuss joint meeting with Council

| May 19, 2019 | 0 Comments

The Parks, Recreation, Marina and Cultural Commission will meet Tuesday to hear Martinez Police Chief Manjit Sappal describe public safety issues. The chief also will answer questions from the panel. Also on Tuesday’s agenda is an update on Measure H park bond expenditures as submitted by the citizens oversight committee, which sends a report annually […]

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Council, PRMCC meet today on Commission’s advisory role, work plan, parks projects

| May 15, 2019 | 0 Comments

MARTINEZ, Calif. – After expressing concerns about the topic for several of its own meetings, the Parks, Recreation, Marina and Cultural Commission will meet with the City Council today to discuss its advisory role. The joint meeting also will address the Commission’s work plan and its recommended priority ranking for park projects. Michael Chandler, deputy […]

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Sal’s lease extension, concession stand repairs, Firefly on tonight’s Council agenda

Sal’s lease extension, concession stand repairs, Firefly on tonight’s Council agenda

MARTINEZ, Calif. – Decisions on a restaurant’s lease extension, Waterfront Park’s concession stand repairs and an ordinance amendment to accommodate the company whose cannabis dispensary application had been put on hold are on tonight’s Martinez City Council meeting agenda. Also under consideration tonight are an employees’ compensation plan and a Capital Improvement Program amendment related […]

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PRMCC recommends priorities for park projects

PRMCC recommends priorities for park projects

| April 21, 2019 | 0 Comments

MARTINEZ, Calif. – When the Martinez City Council addresses the city’s 2019-21 Capital Improvement Projects Hidden Lakes Park’s restrooms should top the list of park improvements, the Parks, Recreation, Marina and Cultural Commission decided Tuesday. Commissioner Richard Patchin urged the panel to recommend the restroom overhaul as the first of the list, and others agreed […]

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