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09-19-19 DPCig City of Las Cruces® MOONTAINS OF OPPORTUNITY 3 The following are summary minutes for the meeting of the City of Las Cruces — 4 Downtown Parking Committee for September 19, 2019 at 4:00 p.m., at the City of Las s Cruces, City Hall, Conference Room 1158, 700 North Main Street, Las Cruces, New 6 Mexico. 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 Members Present: Kasandra Gandara, District 1 Ceara Angel, Las Cruces Resident Michael White, Business Owner George Pearson, Member -at -Large Tiffany Thompson, Farmers Market Representative Heather Pollard, Adjacent Neighborhood Representative City Staff: Mandy Guss, Economic Development Administrator Paul Dahlgren, Economic Development Coordinator Barbara DeLeon, Interim Assistant City Manager Elizabeth Teeters, Policy Analyst Dania Soto, Executive Administrative Assistant DesiRae Arellano, Office Assistant Senior Christine Rivera, Deputy City Clerk James Chavez, CODES Officer 1. Call to order —4:00 p.m. Action and Discussion Items: 2. Approval of Minutes: a. August 8, 2019 i. Approved with suggestion to separate Committee from City Staff 3. Action Items a. N/A 4. Current Discussion Items and Task Listing a. Main Street Saturday Parking i. Warnings on main street are being issued by CODES 1. Main excuse from drivers is that they don't see the sign a. Will follow up with Public Works about appropriate signage ii. Loading zone violators are getting citations for now iii. Back -end parking warning period over, will start issuing citations iv. Outreach to inform people of where to call when they see someone parking wrong v. Status of Public/Private Parking lots was asked for 1 1. Will have for next meeting z b. Timed Parking 3 i. Request for Proposal complete, will go to Selection Advisory 4 Committee 5 1. Police Department not comfortable about putting 2hr signs 6 up without adequate enforcement 7 2. Suggestion was made that Economic Development should 8 reach out to merchants about not parking on Main Street 9 a. Inform them of more police presence in Downtown 10 c. Committee Role and Responsibilities 11 i. Utilize Mandy as liaison for all items related to the Downtown 12 Parking Committee 13 ii. Stick to Agenda 14 1. Do not add discussion items at time of meeting 15 a. Can be fined 16 2. Advisory Board makes suggestions to Mandy and she takes 17 to Council and Mayor for voting 18 3. Ordinance for Downtown Parking Committee outlines the 19 roles that we need to stick to 20 a. Will send out to Committee 21 4. Vacancies 22 a. Mandy and City Clerk work on advertising vacancy 23 b. Interested people will need to fill out application 24 c. If they qualify, recommendation is submitted to Mayor 25 by City Clerk for acceptance during Council Meeting 26 d. When Committee member is resigning from 27 committee position, they need to submit in writing to 28 `. Mandy and Mandy will submit to City Clerk 29 5. Agenda is to be posted 72 business hours before meeting 30 date and cannot be changed 31 6. Inner Department posting also needs to be done 32 7. Post cancel notice as courtesy 33 8. Draft minutes available 10 days after meeting 34 a. Does not get posted on website 35 9. Mandy will send out the Open Meetings Act Compliance 36 Guide to Committee 37 d. imed Parking 38 i. Have the general parking information flyer ready by next meeting. 39 5. Next Meeting Discussion Items 40 a. Parking Garage 41 b. Timed Parking 42 c. Downtown Las Cruces Partnership on Bike and Motorcycle Parking 43 d. October 10, 2019 44 6. Future Discussion 45 a. Parking Garage 46 b. Parking Study 47 c. Impact by electric vehicles 48 1 Adjourn — 4:45 p.m. z s Approved: