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The Corning Skateboard & Bike Park Association Board and membership meets on the 3rd Thursday of each month at
6 PM at City Hall in the Council chambers.
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Car Wash flyer.
To all volunteers:
Here is your chance to help the Corning Skate and Bike Park Association. We will be having a car wash on June 26th
from 10 AM to 3 PM in the NAPA parking lot. We are looking for volunteers to help out with this event. Please email
us back by the 11th of June, so we can set up a schedule for the car wash. We are selling pre-sale tickets for $5.00
each, and there will be a free prize drawing with the tickets that are turned in. If you would like to sell tickets
please contact John or Shannon at 824-2338.
To all volunteers:
I‘m requesting you to attended the City Council meeting on May 25th at 7:30 P.M. at the city council chambers. I have requested the City to give the skaters and bikers the south end of the park and ride parking lot along with the city to provide the liability insurance for this as a temporary place until such time as we build the new skate and bike park. We will be on the agenda for this meeting. Please come and support our efforts for the youth of Corning the kids need a safe legal place to perform their sport.
Corning asked for interim skate park
By JULIE ZEEB -DN Staff Writer
Updated: 05/14/2010 07:30:57 AM PDT
CORNING John Richards of the Corning Skate and Bike Park Association asked City Council Tuesday about providing a temporary location for members of the association to practice their craft.
Corning youth volleyball, baseball, soccer and other sports have a place to go, Richards said. Those who skateboard and bike don't have a safe place to go. We're asking for the south end of the park and ride lot (across from City Hall) as a temporary location. Richards said the group has had an amazing amount of support from businesses and community members, but he knows it may be awhile before funds are available to create a park.
Kim's (Beck) resignation should save $70,000 a year, which should make it possible to pay (liability) insurance, Richards said. The kids deserve something.
City Manager Steve Kimbrough said the council would have a report on the matter and the item will be up for discussion at the next meeting. Information about the association is available at www.corningskate.org. The council held the first of two public hearings for the 2010-2011 Community Development Block Grant application.
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